Xiaomi Mi 8 SE will get Super Night Scene Mode in February

“Xiaomi Mi 8 SE Super Night Scene mode will allow it to click bright pictures even in lowlight conditions”

Xiaomi has announced that its Mi 8 SE would get the Super Night Scene mode. The feature will be released via a software update and will start to roll out towards the end of the February. The announcement regarding the Mi 8 SE Super Night Scene mode was made by Xiaomi co-founder and President Lin Bin on Weibo.

The Super Night Scene mode allows the user to click HDR pictures at night, which appear super bright even in the low light condition. It takes several images at different exposures and merges them into a single image with the least noise and brightness as high as possible. The Mi Mix 3 was the first smartphone to be provided with this camera feature, which was later announced for the Redmi Note 7 as well as premium models such as Mi 8 Pro, Mi 8 and the Mi MIX 2S.

Mi8SEWeibo

The Xiaomi President said in the Weibo post that since the Mi 8 SE features the same 12-megapixel primary and 20-megapixel front camera as the Mi 8, their performances are in the same class. Speaking about Mi 8 SE, it is currently Xiomi’s most powerful mid-range device.

Launched in December last year, the smartphone comes with an AMOLED 5.88-inch display with full HD+ resolution. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 710, backed by 4GB of RAM. The 6GB RAM/128GB storage version of the Mi 8 SE is currently on sale for RMB 1,799 (around Rs 19,000), down from RMB 2,299 (around Rs 24,400) as part of the company’s ongoing Spring Festival promotion.

Xiaomi Mi 8 SE Specifications
Performance
Octa core (2.2 GHz, Dual Core + 1.7 GHz, Hexa Core)
Snapdragon 710
4 GB RAM
Display
5.88 inches (14.94 cm)
1080x2244 px, 424 PPI
AMOLED
Camera
12 MP + 5 MP Dual Primary Cameras
Dual-color LED Flash
20 MP Front Camera
Battery
3120 mAh
Quick Charging 3.0
USB Type-C port
Xiaomi Mi 8 SE Video
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