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Mi Redmi 1s Camera Test

Mi India's new Redmi 1s offers 8 megapixel camera at the back withLED flash which manages to dazzle us with great quality.

1
Clarity

Image of the hoarding taken from fifth floor still manages to capture enough details that one can read the text on the board comfortably and without squinting eyes.

2
Live Filters

Redmi 1S’s camera app has several LIVE filters that can be checked out to see the effect in real-time on the display.

3
Normal Shot

A casual photo take indoors with slightly low natural lighting still delivers decent amount details and colors.

4
Normal with Flash

The same subject is now shot with flash and thus it proves the difference LED flash can make even for a budget smartphone with well implemented camera algorithm.

5
Color Production

Capturing colors with this camera was not an issue however, we did spot some banding in the resultant images like the one on the display while clicking the photo.

6
HDR OFF

Even in Low light conditions, the phone manages to capture as much details as possible without showing off too much noisy grains on the images. So we decided to capture one without HDR.

7
HDR ON

Following that, we captured the images with HDR ON and the results were pleasantly surprising with balanced colours and details.

8
More details

Mi’s Redmi 1s has just entered the Indian market today for Rs 5999 and about 40,000 units of the same were sold out in 4.2 seconds at Flipkart. Redmi 1s is powered by a quad-core 1.6 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 mobile chipset coupled with Adreno 305 GPU graphics. At the rear, Redmi 1s has an 8 megapixel camera and an LED flash.

9
Clarity

Image of the hoarding taken from fifth floor still manages to capture enough details that one can read the text on the board comfortably and without squinting eyes.

10
Live Filters

Redmi 1S’s camera app has several LIVE filters that can be checked out to see the effect in real-time on the display.

11
Normal Shot

A casual photo take indoors with slightly low natural lighting still delivers decent amount details and colors.

12
Normal with Flash

The same subject is now shot with flash and thus it proves the difference LED flash can make even for a budget smartphone with well implemented camera algorithm.

13
Color Production

Capturing colors with this camera was not an issue however, we did spot some banding in the resultant images like the one on the display while clicking the photo.

14
HDR OFF

Even in Low light conditions, the phone manages to capture as much details as possible without showing off too much noisy grains on the images. So we decided to capture one without HDR.

15
HDR ON

Following that, we captured the images with HDR ON and the results were pleasantly surprising with balanced colours and details.

16
More details

Mi’s Redmi 1s has just entered the Indian market today for Rs 5999 and about 40,000 units of the same were sold out in 4.2 seconds at Flipkart. Redmi 1s is powered by a quad-core 1.6 Ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 mobile chipset coupled with Adreno 305 GPU graphics. At the rear, Redmi 1s has an 8 megapixel camera and an LED flash.

 

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