Xiaomi Redmi Pro dual-camera samples reveal DSLR-like quality

Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi will reportedly unveil the new Redmi Pro in China next week on July 27. The phone is expected to be the first device from Xiaomi to rock a dual-lens camera setup. And now, camera samples allegedly taken from Xiaomi Redmi Pro have surfaced on the web, giving us a pretty good idea what to expect from a dual-lens camera setup.

Going by the leaked images, it appears the camera does a pretty good job of capturing photos with a blurred background (bokeh effect), giving us a fairly good idea of what can be achieved with the setup. One camera would be used to capture photos while the other would capture the depth of field. We can see that the photos have a very shallow depth of field, as objects in the background get a nice soft blur, similar to what can be achieved with a DSLR.

One camera would be used to capture photos while the other would capture the depth of field. We can see that the photos have a very shallow depth of field, as objects in the background get a nice soft blur, similar to what can be achieved with a DSLR.

Xiaomi Redmi Pro Specs and Release Date

In terms of specifications, the Redmi Pro is rumoured to get an OLED display though there’s still no information about the screen size and resolution. While a recent Geekbench listing suggests that the alleged smartphone will be powered by a MediaTek Helio X25 deca-core processor bundled with 4GB of RAM.

Reports also suggest a 3GB RAM variant of the smartphone. Connectivity options will include support for 4G LTE with VoLTE support, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth, and GPS. The Redmi Pro is expected to get a metal unibody design and will run Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow bundled with the company’s MIUI skin.

More details about the smartphone will emerge with it launches in China on June 27.

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