Xiaomi MiPad Camera Samples Seen

XiaoMi-MiPad-camera-photo-sample-1The Xiaomi MiPad that has just arrived in China at the beginning of this month, comes with some pretty cool hardware specifications that might make you consider picking one up – if you are able to get your hands on one of these puppies, that is. It will run on a quad-core NVIDIA K1 processor, which is accompanied by 2GB RAM, a 7.9” Sharp display at 2,048 x 1,536 pixels resolution, a 6,700mAh battery, and an 8MP camera at the back as well as a 5MP shooter in front. Just to get a better idea on what kind of quality you would get with the images, above is a sample, where a photo gallery will follow right after the jump.

The Xiaomi MiPad does drive a real bargain when you take into consideration the hardware-to-price ratio that it comes with. All that was mentioned above will see it carry a price tag of just $240 – don’t you think that it is a real bargain? So far, after taking a look at the camera samples here, do you like what you see, or do you think that you would prefer to settle for other kinds of tablets? Then again, a tablet should not be your primary photo taking tool in the first place, so what you see here is pretty decent by any standard, really.

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