The Redmi Note has a vanilla camera application with bare minimum filters and featuers. It has Panorama, HDR, and a set of filters and noting more of note which is a bit of downer. Anyway, you can download third party camera apps from the Google Play store.
This image was captured against the sunlight in the mid afternoon via the 13 MP rear camera of Redmi Note.
This was the same scene as the previous one but we have opted for the HDR option and clearly, it resulted in a better picture.
The Redmi Note’s camera is quite quick in focussing and capturing images.
There was less noise in the image but Redmi Note’s camera takes a bit dull pictures. We took the same picture via a mid-range Android smartphone which infact captured much better colours and light.
It comes with Normal, Mono, Sepia, Negative, and Aqua filters. Here is a sample that we clicked using Mono filter.
This is the resultant images of the 5 megapixel front camera of Redmi Note. What’s your take on this?
Give plenty of lighting to Redmi Note and its 13 megapixel rear camera would hardly fail. This image is another example of the same.