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Upcoming Smartphones by Xiaomi to Sport 108MP Cameras

In addition, the report denies Mi Mix 4 as being one of the four phones in development with 108MP camera, as was previously rumoured

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Xiaomi also refreshes 'Mi TV' series in India. (Wikimedia Commons)

With Chinese smartphone manufacturer Xiaomi having earlier revealed that it was working on a smartphone with Samsung’s 108MP ISOCELL Bright HMX camera sensor, a recent report has now claimed that the company will launch four 108MP camera smartphones.

The information regarding upcoming 108MP camera smartphone codes were revealed through MIUI’s Mi Gallery app, XDA Developers reported on Monday.

The MIUI’s Mi Gallery app reveals the codename of the four 108MP camera smartphones. The codenames are “tucana”, “draco”, “umi”, and “cmi”. No other specifications of the upcoming smartphones have been disclosed.

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Xiaomi also decided to tap into Finnish camera expertise by founding a new company in Finland or more precisely, two companies, Xiaomi Finland Oy and Xiaomi Technology Finland Oy. Pixabay

In addition, the report denies Mi Mix 4 as being one of the four phones in development with 108MP camera, as was previously rumoured.

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Samsung has already started mass production of the ISOCELL Bright HMX camera sensor. The upcoming sensor will be able to capture 108-megapixel grade photos with a resolution of 12032×9024 pixels. The sensor will still come with a 0.8-micrometre (µm) pixel size, the same as its 64MP predecessor. (IANS)

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Huawei Dominates Chinese Smartphone Market With 39% Share, Xiaomi Slips To 5th Spot

Xiaomi with 8.1 million shipments, got 9.5 per cent slice of the pie

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Meanwhile, in a breather to the Chinese telecom equipment and smartphone giant Huawei, the Pentagon has blocked the Commerce Department-backed ban on sales that make it harder for US-based companies to sell equipment to the handset maker. Wikimedia Commons

Telecom and smartphone giant Huawei extended its dominance in the China market in the fourth quarter of 2019 with a massive 39 per cent market share and 33.3 million unit shipments while Xiaomi slipped to fifth spot with a mere 8.1 million shipments and 9.5 per cent slice of the pie, Singapore-based market research firm Canalys has revealed.

For the calendar year 2019, Huawei had an impressive 142 million shipments in the domestic market — a 35 per cent growth over 2018.

Oppo with 65.7 million and Vivo with 62.7 million were the other two shipment leaders for the full year 2019. Xiaomi with 38.8 million and Apple with its 27.5 million completed the top-five list for 2019.

In the fourth quarter (October-December period), Oppo retained the second spot with 14 million units shipped and a 16.4 per cent market share.

Vivo grabbed the third spot with 13.1 million shipments and 15.4 per cent market share, followed by Apple at the fourth place with 10.1 million sales and 11.8 per cent market share.

Xiaomi with 8.1 million shipments, got 9.5 per cent slice of the pie. Notably, all these major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) had significant declines compared to the Q4 2018 values. Total smartphone sales for 2019 came out to 369 million units which is a 7 per cent down on a yearly basis.

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Telecom and smartphone giant Huawei extended its dominance in the China market in the fourth quarter of 2019 with a massive 39 per cent market share and 33.3 million unit shipments while Xiaomi slipped to fifth spot with a mere 8.1 million shipments and 9.5 per cent slice of the pie, Singapore-based market research firm Canalys has revealed. Pixabay

Meanwhile, in a breather to the Chinese telecom equipment and smartphone giant Huawei, the Pentagon has blocked the Commerce Department-backed ban on sales that make it harder for US-based companies to sell equipment to the handset maker, the media has reported.

The US Department of Commerce had put Huawei on the “entity list” in May 2019, thus, preventing US firms from conducting business with the company unless they obtain a specific license, citing national security concerns with the Chinese telecommunications giant.

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The UK has also decided to let China’s Huawei continue to be used in its 5G networks but with restrictions, including banning its equipment in the network’s “sensitive parts”, like the core, and capping the presence of its kit in the network’s periphery to 35 per cent. (IANS)