Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha 5G has become the first smartphone to be launched as a commercial product with Samsung’s whopping 108MP ISOCELL Bright HMX image sensor technology. The recently introduced Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha 5G smartphone uses an ultra-high-resolution image trick and covered by a surround screen display that is literally an eye popping.
The main feature for photographers is its primary image sensor on the back panel. The 1/1.33-inch 108MP image sensor uses South Korean’s “tetracell” quad-bayer design that incorporates pixels together into larger 2×2-pixel units. That said, it allows the device to dodge the image noise that would usually caused by a tiny 0.8μm pixels by outputting 27MP output in a regular or low-light situation, while still enabling the smartphone to produce a 108MP images in a well lighted surroundings.
The other notable feature is the screen display, which takes wrap up nearly the entire Xiaomi Mi Mx Alpha. The display wraps all the way to the back panel of the phone and uses an under-display fingerprint reader.
Apart from the 108MP camera and wrap-around screen display, the Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha 5G smartphone will also come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ system-on-chip processor paired with a 12GB of RAM, 512GB of on-board memory, and a 4,050mAh battery.
According to The Verge, the Xiaomi Mi Mix Alpha 5G will only go into “small-scale production,” but prospect customers will be able to score it in December for 20,000 yuan ($2,805).
To know more about the Mi Mix Alpha 5G phone, go to the Xiaomi’s official YouTube channel where there are a number of very brief hands-on of the phone.