On 19th April 2017, Xiaomi unleashed their latest flagship the Mi6 on to the world in Beijing, China. And one of the many things that are really awesome about the phone is Mi6 dual camera setup on the back. Both cameras of Mi6 have the same 12MP sensors, but each with a different lens on them. One with a 27mm f1.8 wide angle lens and the other with a 52mm f2.6 telephoto lens with 4 axis optical image stabilisation.
Now having two different lens enables some pretty cool features. To begin with, those two lenses give you 2 times lossless optical zoom and 10 times near lossless digital zoom. And that, in turn, enables you to get closer to the action without you running around with the phone. Which I am pretty sure you wouldn’t want to do with an all glass body phone.
And then there is a software portrait mode. That lets to click pictures of people and objects and blurr the background of the subject like a high-end camera does. Now let us take a look some official image samples.
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