Find a Question:
Xiaomi presents MI4C with Snapdragon 808 and USB type-c
Xiaomi presented the MI4C at a private event, a new cheaper smartphone from the manufacturer. The MI4C has a 5 “display with FullHD resolution and runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808-soc.
The MI4C has at the bottom a USB type-C port that supports USB 2.0 and Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0. It is not the first phone with USB port c, but earlier models as the OnePlus two often have no support for fast charging.
The unit features a Snapdragon 808-soc with Adreno 418 GPU, the same soc as for example in the LG G4 is and who will be likely to be found in the upcoming Nexus 5x. The working memory is of the lpddr3-type and is, depending on the variant, or 3GB to 2GB size.
The MI4C does have support for 4G, but it works on not all tires are in use in the UK. For example, lack the 800MHz band KPN, Vodafone and Tele2 in the Netherlands, while the 900MHz T-Mobile is not there.
The camera has a maximum resolution of thirteen megapixels and includes phase detection autofocus. It concerns or IMX258 Sony or a Samsung Isocell S5K3M2. The front camera has a maximum resolution of five megapixels, there is an infrared port and the battery has a capacity of 3080mAh.
Xiaomi also has a function whereby tapping the side of the phone to activate a function. For example, a tap on the side within the Camera app ensures that the device automatically takes a photo while a double tap is considered a button to go back one screen.
This technology supposedly works with input from for example the tilt sensor and gyroscope, which is marked by patterns in the output, or the user taps or on the device. Samsung the like already in use a few years ago, in which a double tap at the top indicating that the user wants to scroll all the way to the top of, for example, a web page.
The MI4C comes initially from China, at a cost of the equivalent of around 180 euros, the variant with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage should be converted in China cost around 210 euros. Who she wants to get to the Netherlands, is invariably by brokers and any customs charges a lot more lost.Viewing:-171
Answer this Question
You must be Logged In to post an Answer.
Not a member yet? Sign Up Now »
Star Points Scale
Earn points for Asking and Answering Questions!