Samsung and Sony chose the same night to introduce their new flagship smartphones to the highly competitive market.After so many years of development , smartphone market has become quite mature and frankly speaking,it’s very hard to see sparks from the new stuff. Let’s check out the appearance first.
5-inch 1080p Sharp / JDI OGS full lamination display
13MP rear and 8MP front Sony stacked CMOS camera
3080 mAh Lithium-ion polymer battery
Is it surprising you? Well, I know most people are not because we have seen the similar specs on several smartphones already, such as OnePlus One,Samsung Galaxy S5 and some other popular flagship products. In fact some manufactures have released the upgraded version of products which use Snapdragon 805 instead. Thus, this time Mi4 can’t entitle the name of “top performance Android phone” in the world though it still highlights the words in the official website.
However,as the price tag is still placed at RMB1999(16GB)/RMB2499(64GB),it’d be very competitive compared to those with similar performances from Samsung/HTC/LG.
Nowadays I found a lot of people have many expectations on the shooting quality of their cameras on the smartphones and thus, most smartphone makers from Apple to Samsung, HTC and even start-up companies in China like Xiaomi are always advertising how good their smartphones can make photos.
Actually we can’t expect too much on that. Let me simply explain it.
The picture quality of a smartphone’s camera highly depends on 3 elements :
Most people can’t live in a place without Internet.They need to send emails,communicate with friends in social network websites,check news and even book foods online.However,the more we expose ourselves in Internet,the more information we will leave in the Internet world.
In most time,all information is secured as those related parties are really hard working on protecting their customers’ privacy.Google currently shows how they make sure then information they handle will never ever leak out.Let’s check out!