Xiaomi Mi A2 camera samples: a pocket-friendly DSLR

“We took the cameras of the Xiaomi Mi A2 for a quick spin and here’s how it fared”

Chinese tech giant Xiaomi has been selling smartphones in India for a little over four years now. During its relatively short stint in the country, the company has garnered a massive audience of Xiaomi loyalists by offering bang-for-buck smartphones which don’t compromise on the basics. The company’s latest smartphone, the Xiaomi Mi A2 (first impressions) is a testament to the same as it boasts a solid design, offers good performance and comes with great cameras too. While you will get to read more about the smartphone’s real-life usage in our full review, for now, let’s take a quick look at the handset’s camera prowess. 

Xiaomi-Mi-A2-08Spec-wise, the Xiaomi Mi A2 comes with a dual-camera setup at the back, comprising a pair of 12MP and 20MP shooters with f/1.75 apertures. The 12MP camera at the back makes use of Sony’s IMX 486 sensor whereas the assisting 20MP shooter features Sony’s IMX 376 sensor. For selfies, the handset features a 20MP front-facing camera which utilises a Sony IMX 376 sensor too, albeit comes with a f/2.2 aperture. But, enough about specs, let’s take a look at some camera samples now.

As can be seen from the images above, the Xiaomi Mi A2 is staking a strong claim to be one of the best camera phones in its segment. 

For the uninitiated, the Mi A2 is backed by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC which works alongside 4GB of RAM and 64GB of non-expandable storage. The smartphone is part of Google’s Android One initiative and as a result, boots a stock version of Android Oreo. Xiaomi’s Mi A2 sips juice from a 3,000mAh battery and will be officially unveiled by the company on August 8th. For more information on the smartphone and our in-depth review of the same, stay tuned to 91mobiles.

The youngest of the lot, Prateek has recently joined the editorial team and has picked up quite a few things in the short time he has been here. Being an avid gamer, he has a heap of consoles, both old and new and is constantly juggling between which games to play. When he is not writing articles or shooting videos, he likes to hit the gym to stay on top of his fitness game.
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