The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s is expected to be just a slight upgrade to the Mi Mix 2 but it is turning out to be much more. We have seen several official teasers of the device and ahead of the March 27 launch, Xiaomi has continued to release more teasers. The latest teaser seems to be connected to the dual rear cameras.
The teasers, two in number, were shared by Xiaomi on the official Mi phone Weibo page and these ones aren’t pretty straightforward. From the look of things and the few texts on the posters, the new feature seems to be about a new feature of the dual cameras. Most of the comments on both Weibo posts point at multi-frame image processing. This same feature was utilized on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ as well as the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. In case you are wondering how the multi-frame imaging processing works, here’s how. It ensures bright and clear photographs in nearly every environment, including low light conditions. With this technology, the camera takes three photos – instead of just one – then selects the clearest image and uses the other two to reduce the blur. This results in a vividly clear image with reduced noise and sharper detail.
The Mi Mix 2s is expected to pack a dual camera setup aligned vertically. The cameras will come with artificial intelligence and we expect the main sensor to be a 12MP Sony IMX363 sensor. As a reminder, the device will sport a 6.01-inch FHD+ OLED Display likely supplied by Samsung with an 18:9 aspect ratio. The device will be powered by a Snapdragon 845 chip paired with a 6GB RAM on the standard version and an 8GB RAM on the topmost version. The Mix 2s is also expected to pack a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor and a ceramic body among other features.