Last month, Xiaomi released its latest flagship ‘Xiaomi Redmi 5A’. No one can deny the fact that it’s the cheapest smartphone among the new Redmi 5 family. It has a price tag of 599 Yuan ($90). However, the question is: What can you expect from a low-end flagship. The answer is simply more than you can imagine, especially Xiaomi Redmi 5A Camera Samples.
So what if the price is low, Xiaomi Redmi 5A delivers the best price-over-performance configuration till date, The phone integrates a generous 5-inch 720p display. The heart of the flagship is a Quad-Core Snapdragon 425 (@1.3GHz). Moreover, the SoC is coupled with the built-in 2GB memory and 16GBstorage. One of the selling points of the phone is the tremendous 3000mAh battery. With the low power consumption hardware, the flagship can easily run for two days. Also, Xiaomi Redmi 5A supports dual SIM (dual standby) along with 4G LTE. The phone runs on Android 7.1.1 with Xiaomi’s commitment to upgrade to MIUI 9.
However, the greatest selling point of the flagship is its camera performance. The front is a 5MP shooter featuring Beauty Mode. Meanwhile, the rear is a 13MP camera and supports PDAF relative focus technology. The PDAF relative focus technology is something which is too rare in smartphones under $100. But Xiaomi Redmi 5A enjoys it for $90. Let’s analyze the real Xiaomi Redmi 5A camera samples to know the camera performance better.
Xiaomi Redmi 5A Camera Samples – Incredible Focus & Details
As we can see in the camera samples below, the image of the vegetable has great details along with a great focus. We can witness the edges of petals are clearly visible. However, the image overall is looking a somewhat dull, which shows that there are no enhancements. Apart from the brightness, this is the best camera performance under $100 so far.
In conclusion, we have PDAF technology which shows most detailed and well-focused images in the low-end smartphones section. All this for 599 Yuan ($90) makes Xiaomi Redmi 5A a must try smartphone for the budget-friendly audience. Isn’t that true?