Xiaomi Mi 11 will come with computational photography technology for better low-light camera performance
It's just a few days to go for us to witness the arrival of the Xiaomi Mi 11 series that is going to be the first in the world to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. Before the launch happens on 28 December, Xiaomi might have already been impatient and keep sharing more details of the smartphones on the Internet. After posting up the official Geekbench test results of the device, the company now hints at the camera will bring great low-light performance.
An official teaser poster has revealed that the upcoming series will support computational photography. It is said to be a processing technique that uses digital computation instead of optical processes. With that said, the Xiaomi Mi 11 can capture details that are not visible to human eyes and create a new visual image with the use of artificial intelligence. The poster uses a night sky as an example.
Besides the poster, a video taken with the Xiaomi Mi 11 has also been shared showcasing the device's low-light performance. It is worth mentioning that Xiaomi is not the first to use this technique to improve the camera. Smartphone manufacturers like Google and Apple have also relied on this for their camera modes like Night Sight and Night Mode respectively.
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