A pair of new smartphones from the Taiwanese manufacturer Meego could be a hit with photographers and videographers, but the company says that’s only because the devices’ display isn’t exactly the brightest of the bunch.
The Xiaomi Mi 5 is the company’s latest phone to get a display upgrade from Samsung, and it’s certainly not the brightest either.
The Mi 5’s 5.5-inch 1080p display is just below the Galaxy S5’s 5-inch Super AMOLED display.
However, the Mi 5 uses an IPS LCD panel, so it’s not quite as bright as the Galaxy Note 4, the company said in a press release.
The phone has a 5MP camera with LED flash on the front and rear, and Xiaomi says that it also features a 16MP selfie shooter on the back, plus Xiaomi’s custom Kirin 970 processor.
But Xiaomi isn’t done tinkering with its design either.
Meegos new Mi 5 Plus, on the other hand, comes with a curved display, and the company claims that the phone is even brighter than the Mi5 Plus, even though it’s a lower-resolution display.
Xiaomi has also improved the camera, too, by adding a dual-LED flash on top of the front camera.
The phone is also rated to run up to 12 hours of standby time, which is nice, and that extra battery life means that it’s still not a bad phone to have around for days at a time.
Still, the Meegon’s display isn