Xiaomi 5C Specs : Surging S1 Octa Core , 2.2GHz Highest Frequency !

Xiaomi 5C Specs

Xiaomi 5C Specs : Surging S1 Octa Core , 2.2GHz Highest Frequency !

Xiaomi 5c is a new machine that launched by Xiaomi compny in 2017, so the performance and parameter configurations attract many people’s eyes. So how about the parameter configuration? Is it worth buying?

Xiaomi 5C uses powerful Xiaomi pine cones surging S1 processor which Xiaomi own devleopment processor, with excellent performance, while uses dual privacy-system design, improves the space safety.

Xiaomi 5C Specs

Xiaomi 5c’s first selling point is the first independent research and development’s surging S1 processor, the pratical performance is still relatively reliable, its positioning is the high-end processor chip, 8-core 64-bit high-performance processor, the highest Clocked at up to 2.2 GHz. As the same time, it adds the simultaneous image compression technology, you can reduce the memory bandwidth occupied, and it uses of the size of the nuclear architecture, with a unique low-power algorithm, and according to different scenarios to automate adjust the phone to save power, surging S1 processor’s rabbit piont divides into 64817, which is better than the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 and MediaTek P20 processor.

Xiaomi 5C Specs

Surging S1 also uses 32-bit high-performance voice DSP, supports VoLTE calls and dual-microphone noise reduction. Through the 14-bit dual-core ISP processor to increase image processing capabilities to support dual noise reduction optimization and improve the night picture quality.

Xiaomi 5c’s second selling point is the camera function hardware optimization, 1.25μm large pixel camera sensor with the surging S1 processor ISP algorithm, Xiaomi 5c in the camera performance compares to the ordinary mobile phone camera single pixel intake increases by 24%; Sensitivity increase 150%, enven in weak light environment taking picture, the camera is not blurred. And it has a better double noise reduction algorithm, for different types of noise intra-frame and inter-frame noise reduction, denoise at the same time as much as possible to retain the photo’s real rich details.

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