The latest version of Xiaomi’s interface, MIUI 12, has already started to reach the first users globally. With it comes a renewed look and several features. But Xiaomi continues to work to bring you more news in the future.
One of them, according to the latest discovery by XDA-Developers, may be in the native camera app. This will be testing a feature similar to the “astrophotography” that we found in the Google Camera (GCam).
How the mode works
The discovery reveals that Xiaomi is working on a long exposure mode on the MIUI 12 camera app. In this way, users take images of starry skies, crowds or moving objects.
These new options were discovered after a teardown of the camera app in the latest beta version of the MIUI 12 Chinese ROM. However, the functionality is already available on the Redmi K30 Pro.
As you can see from the image above, it is possible to adapt this mode to different situations. The big doubt is related to the fact that this will become a specific feature of some models or not.
Right now, according to the test, it is being tested on the Redmi K30 Pro (Poco F2 Pro). The company can choose to launch it for all who receive MIUI 12, or only for devices with more capable sensors, as is the case.
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