Last year, Xiaomi and Meitu have established a collaboration that allows Xiaomi to be able to sell and produce devices under the brand Meitu. Also the company of Lei Jun, thanks to this agreement, has the possibility of using the brand name Meitu even outside the China. Finally, after months of silence, the two companies have decided to show us the first fruits of this collaboration with a really interesting poster.
Xiaomi and Meitu: The first device of the collaboration will be a smartphone with flip camera
Meitu is a company active in the field of camera applications. The company, of Chinese origin, was purchased by Xiaomi just to improve the filters of their devices, especially the "beauty" filter so loved in China. The two companies, today, through a shared poster on the social network Weibo, showed the first product of their collaboration: a smartphone, branded Meitu, with a triple flip camera!
The technology designed by the two companies is practically identical to that presented this year dall'Asus with the SAMSUNG 6: A camera that acts as both a rear camera and a selfie camera via a "flip" mechanism that changes its orientation. But unlike the model dell'ASUS, this flip camera by Meitu will even present well 3 sensors, of which one will probably be from 48 Megapixel. A type of mechanism that will allow the device to have the most powerful selfie camera on the market. Then add the brand Meitu and the result will be truly magnificent and unrivaled selfies!
The colors tending to the pink of the device, moreover, make us well understand to which category of buyers the device is destined even if, a technology of the kind, would surely be comfortable also to the masculine gender. The name of the new smartphone of the collaboration between Xiaomi and Meitu, according to the first rumors, it could be "Little Fairy"
A device that gives a completely innovative design to the many smartphones we know of the company. Hopefully Xiaomi decide to donate this design to your smartphone, perhaps with colors a little more anonymous than this Meitu which is clearly intended for women.