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Xiaomi Mi A2 Camera Samples Leaked on Mi Forum

Xiaomi launched the Mi 6X in China with its MIUI 9.5 and AI dual-camera, moreover the sources confirmed that the smartphone is already available to purchase in the market. Although Mi Global fans are eagerly waiting for the Mi A2 with stock Android which will be on sale outside the country’s homeland. Xiaomi did pretty a pretty good job with Mi A1 camera and recently a camera sample of Mi A2 leaked on the Spanish section of the Mi forum, giving us a glimpse of its performance before its official launch.

Xiaomi Mi A2 Camera Sample

Source: GSMArena

The leaked image of Mi A2 Camera displays an unknown landscape with 12 MegaPixel resolution in 4:3 ratio. The image reveals the picture quality of Mi news stock android and it seems perfect. The colors are perfectly embedded and vibrancy is quite neutral.

The colors of the picture seem really lively, although there is slight blue-ish tint, bringing a bit colder vibe to the scenery. The reflection of the sunlit clouds in the water is impressive, although there are slight hints of corner softness.

The fact that the photo is from the Xiaomi Mi A2 is listed in the EXIF and the poster is most likely from a beta tester from the Xiaomi Mi Explorer program.

Mi A2 Live Leaked Image

Source: NDTV Gadgets

Ndtv recently revealed another leak on the Mi A2 Live Image. The image shows the Mi A2 smartphone’s display turned on, and the screen has the About Phone section on, revealing that it runs on stock Android, and other key specs as well.

The picture has surfaced on Slash Leaks, and it demonstrates the About Phone segment in the Settings Menu of the smartphone on the show screen. The picture confirms that it is in fact the Xiaomi Mi A2 demonstrate, running on stock Android 8.1 Oreo, with no MIUI skin. It additionally has the May security fix introduced. The picture likewise proposes that the Mi A2 will keep running on the Snapdragon 660 processor, something that has been reported before too.