The manufacturer Xiaomi revealed, at the end of December 2020, the Mi 11 which has the particularity of being the first smartphone to officially integrate the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 SoC. This new processor comes with new possibilities, specifically in regards to artificial intelligence . Through a partnership with the company BlinkAI technology, the Xiaomi Mi 11 promises an advanced night video mode packed with artificial intelligence (AI).
Of course, behind the word AI, the different manufacturers do not hesitate to play the marketing card. Without holding the camera, it’s hard to tell, but the promise of improvement during low-light video recording is more than attractive. BlinkAI uses algorithms developed through deep learning to better manage night capture through, in particular, better correction of unwanted digital noise.
Promises to be confirmed
The new Neural Processing Unit (NPU), or French neural network acceleration chip, in the Snapdragon 888 processor will help process the image in real time. BlinkAI therefore claims calculations performed in a few milliseconds for transparent use by the user. Also, the interpretation must be close to what the human eye actually perceives. So beautiful promises.
BlinkAI also shared a video demonstrating their technology. While the improvement in general playback may seem attractive, the image quality of the promotional video is insufficient to get an idea of the actual performance of the Xiaomi 11. Therefore, we cannot wait to get our hands on a copy of the smartphone for measure progress in processing. of pictures.
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