Here are some good news for our Chinese readers, since there are many good things to choose from Xiaomi smart phones such as Xiaomi Mi 8, Mi Mix 2S and Super Mi Mi Max 3. For starters, the Xiaomi 2018 flagship Mi 8 and the relatively adult who mix 2S are set Get some camera based software upgrades.
The company's smartphone, who is Max 3, on the other hand is expected to get something quite significant in the form of an upgrade to the Android 9 Pie, which will be beta at first, but upgraded anyway.
Xiaomi Mi 8 and Mi 2S slow motion mode leverages AI
The news on the camera upgrade for Xiaomi Mi 8 and Mi Mix 2S was first brought directly from the mouth of the horse earlier today, when Qi-Gi-Wan, product marketing manager of Xiaomi's cellular division, Found that the two phones were set to be able to move in slow motion. This is not an improvement in normal slow motion, but a complicated 960 frame to the second frame significantly slows down the video.
In fact, it's the same kind of slow motion that was first introduced with Xiaomi Mi Mix 3, which has launched quite recently. The feature employs the advanced AI subsystem of the phone's system to analyze and identify video content and then match it against a library of 15 different scenes to intelligently match background video sound to a slow motion target. Since this type of application of slow motion mode is specific software, it is great that Xiaomi chose to bring it to relatively old phones, such as Xiaomi Mi 8 and Mi Mix 2S.
Updating the camera in slow motion also helped by the fact that both the Xiaomi Mi 8 and Mi Mix 2S use the same camera sensors as well. The sophisticated dual camera module consists of a pair of wide telephoto lenses, both mating to 12 megapixel Sony IMX363 sensor each. The Focus Detection Auto Focus Modules is also equipped with a four-axis optical image stabilization feature as well. The new 960 FPS capability for slow video gears needs to be done for a welcome upgrade to these smartphones, and a big bonus since the news comes as a pleasant surprise.
Meanwhile, Xiaomi Mi Max 3 will get Android 9 Pie Beta
More great news for Xiaomi Mi Max 3 users in China as the company began to push the 8.11.15 version of MIUI 10 to those who have subscribed to the beta versions of the update for their phones. Besides bug fixes to the user interface, the beta version Android 8.0 Oreo also revealed that the company will also push the next version, namely Android 9.0 Pie, of the beta update soon. When we say soon, we mean that the company plans to start rolling the pie update android through an open beta channel sometime in November.
Positioned as a dedicated smartphone for media consumption Due to the large size of a factor-sized tablet, the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 works well for itself with a large IPS LCD panel, a massive 5500mAh battery, and the appropriate Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset. The phone originally shipped with MIUI 9.5 running Android 8.1 Oreo below, then the impending upgrade to the new version Android 9.0 Pie of Android comes as a welcome surprise since the phone barely four months.
Although, the planned update sometime in November will initially form an open beta, it is nevertheless pretty fast considering Xiaomi's record of providing system updates.
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