More than for the battery from 5260 mAh or for the processor (which a little disappointed users) from gaming Snapdragon 730G, My Notes 10 is recognized in the world of smartphones around the world as the first smartphone to integrate into 108 megapixel sensor provided by Samsung, Isocell HMX. We know how 108 is not the real megapixel: thanks to the pixel binning technology, or 4 in 1, the real ones are only 27 but the resolution of the shots is even greater. Apparently the output of this smartphone, or better, of this sensor, did not please everyone, and one of those that took it was Fujifilm, the well-known constructor of cameras. But did he really take it? And if so, why? Let's try to understand it together.
Fujifilm Xiaomi trolleys for the 108 megapixel sensor of the Mi Note 10?
Personally, it doesn't sound like a troll or a joke, in fact. But many users don't think so, despite the Chinese brand, world leader in the photographic industry has denied that what he said is not a dig at the telephony giant. We summarize in brief what happened.
In this Weibo post made by the Chinese company, she herself congratulates (Quote) with Xiaomi is the gives her the welcome to the 100 megapixel "club". At the center of the question there would be a mini-image placed inside the camera lens in the foreground: the question is Fujifilm GFX100, a machine with a quantity of 102 megapixel. The focus of the diatribe would be precisely this small image that would represent the pentacam on Mi Note 10.
Under the post on Weibo the end of the world has been unleashed: so many users have accused Fujifilm of playing Xiaomi and having checked it below the lines for the presentation of his device that integrates this sensor. The brand immediately said that his post was "genuine" and in no way had it been written to make fun of another brand, rather Fujifilm would have really wanted to congratulate Xiaomi to be entered in the circle of devices from over 100 megapixels.
Now, wanting to be picky, we can say that it looks like a troll. But in reality, if this were the case, Fujifilm is not entirely wrong because it was passed that the HMX sensor was built entirely by Samsung when in reality the brand is co-producer of the sensor! How many knew it? Nobody. If a product on which my sensor is mounted is presented as was done for the Note 10 and I am not even mentioned, the bile begins to rise a little but I personally believe that in a very elegant way Fujifilm has delivered the message.
After all, he did nothing but congratulate Xiaomi and has not attacked her, as other OEMs might have done in similar cases. A sense of pride so he would have moved the Chinese brand to post this image, proud of the work done and the shovels of money that Xiaomi will have (also) thanks to her.