The past couple of months played witness to several leaked reports, videos, images, retailer listing and benchmark databases related to the Xiaomi Mi 5. Finally, the phone landed at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) at Barcelona and will be available for purchase from March 1. However, there is one particular feature that Xiaomi feels proud of and it is the Mi 5’s 4-axis Optical Image Stabilization combined with Sony’s IMX298 sensor.
For amateurs, this smartphone is an apt device for taking the perfect shots like a pro. Since the Mi 5 camera is integrated with 4-axis stabilization, it helps to correct shakiness of the hands and compensates for any incorrect movement in the yaw, pitch, roll, vertical and horizontal axes included in photography. Only DSLR cameras are capable of correcting any flaws while taking shots, but now you can enjoy similar experience with the Xiaomi Mi 5, reports SlashGear.
IBTimes notes down that the Mi 5’s 4-axis stabilization technology is almost twice as powerful of what other smartphone cameras have to offer (2 axes tops). Although, the highest axis is 5-axis stabilization available on DSLR, the 4-axis technology is by far the best on any handset. The technology uses OPPO’s SmartSensor stabilizer which have support for 3-axes ensuring adequate compensation for yaw, roll and pitch.
Being the Chinese OEM’s latest entry in the IT business, Xiaomi Mi 5 is an amalgamation of impressive features. FirstTech observes the key specs and features on the phone. Boasting a 3D curved glass design, the Mi 5 looks absolutely elegant in its 5.15-inches HD display. Owing to its IPS LCD panel, all texts appear sharp and images very bright.
The 128GB storage variant is powered by 4GB of RAM and has a 3,000mAH battery power. The phone tucks in Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 chipset and has quad core Kryo processor set at 2.2GHz. It has Adreno 530GPU for enhanced graphics quality. As for the camera, the phone has 16MP rear camera and 4MP front camera, reports FirstPost.
The following video demonstrates how the Xioami Mi 5 helps to take the perfect shot with the shakiest hand.
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