It wasn't so long ago that Xiaomi's new flagship, the Xiaomi Mi 8, was introduced. It attracted attention not only with its parameters, but also with its excellent camera tuning. The Android smartphone, which is the first to come with dual-band GPS, 3D face scanning and an incredibly low price tag, has sold an admirable number 1 million pieces in an incredible 18 days!
The report was announced by Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun on a social network Weibo. No wonder with the price tag around 390 € the smartphone sold out in the very first sale in an incredible 38 seconds.
He may be envied by such competition for his sales, as Xiaomi advertises himself by providing high-quality and affordable products without investing millions in advertising. It should be noted that Xiaomi is "at home" primarily in the Chinese and Indian markets and does not operate worldwide, as is the case with competitors.
Main advantages of Xiaomi Mi 8
- Qualcomm flagship processor, model Snapdragon 845 with graphics chip Adreno 630
- Dual 12 Mpx camera with aperture f / 1.8 (main camera) and aperture f / 2.4 (T)
- Front camera with 20 Mpx resolution and 1.8μm pixel size, with artificial intelligence support for better images
- 6.21 "AMOLED display with an atypical aspect ratio 18.7:9 and HDR support
- Android 8.1 with user superstructure MIUI 9.5
Cameras that also beat the iPhone X.
More demanding users will agree that Xiaomi has not been greatly affected by the quality of its cameras in previous years. But that changes with the advent of the Mi 8, and even in previous models we can research that society has certainly learned from this and it begins to actively compete with even the biggest currencies.
Society will confirm us in this assumption DxO Mark, which focuses on test cameras - even mobile ones. The flagship Mi 8 holds the world rankings respectable 5th place with score 99 points, i.e. in the same way as for example Samsung Galaxy S9 +. You will find a link to the complete review directly on the DxO Mark website.
There is no doubt that Xiaomi's popularity continues to grow, as evidenced by the marketability of their products. Users can indulge in a quantity of music for little money.