Meizu and Xiaomi are one of the best phone brands for providing great smartphones at low prices. All their phones in any price segment provide some bang for buck features.
Cameras was one place where most of the Chinese firms lagged behind, but this no longer is the case. Like, the Huawei P20 Pro ranks first on the DXOMark with the highest score. So we decided to show you a quick comparison of the cameras of one of the best $500 flagships, specially in low light.
Meizu 15 Plus
The Meizu 15 Plus has a dual 12 MP (f/1.8) + 20 MP (f/2.6) cameras, with a primary Sony IMX380 sensor and secondary IMX350 sensor. The former has a large pixel size of 1.55 μm. The camera setup also supports both OIS and EIS, laser guided auto focus, and 3X lossless zoom.
MI Mix 2S
The Mi Mix 2S also has a dual camera setup. A 12 MP (f/1.8) Sony IMX 363 primary sensor with large pixel size of 1.55 μm, and a 20MP secondary sensor. The camera also supports OIS for video recording.
Now, checkout the photos for comparison of the both:
Due to the large sensor size of Meizu, it captures more light easily. Colors also appear to be different on both the images. While we found the photos taken by Meizu 15 have more details, and are brighter. Some of you might prefer Mi Mix 2S, as it has a slightly lesser noise.
Source (In Chinese)