After Samsung, Xiaomi would be the next brand to offer "slofies" (selfies in slow-motion) on its smartphones. This feature was originally launched by Apple on its latest iPhone.
When the iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max and iPhone 11 came out, the "slofie" feature got a lot of attention. Very gadget, this option allows you to record selfie videos in slow-motion … hence the contraction of the words "selfie" and "slow-motion" which has given "slofie".
The feature has been taken over by Samsung on its new UI 2.0 interface. But Xiaomi is also interested in it as noticed by a forum member of XDA Developers. Code elements in the MIUI camera application show the beginnings of an option to record 720 fps video with the front sensor. There is mention of a definition of 1280 x 720 pixels.
For the Xiaomi Mi Note 10?
The code analyzed also discusses various methods to check whether the smartphone can support this feature or not. This suggests that there should be a minimum requirement at the material level.
Recall that the brand is about to unveil the Mi CC9 Pro which should be marketed in Europe under the name of Xiaomi Mi Note 10. The latter is expected to turn for its 108-megapixel rear camera and its 5260 mAh battery.