Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S: Facial recognition works even with Van Gogh
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S – Official Weibo Videos:
Xiaomi released two short Weibo videos promoting the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S.
The presentation of the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S is approaching and the Chinese brand continues to increase the pressure through new ads. After showing the design of the device, the manufacturer released two short videos on the Chinese social network Weibo. These videos demonstrate new features built into the device.
The first video teaser is based on the classical music of Johann Strauss’s “Voices of Spring” which features Van Gogh’s faces as an unlocking symbol of the device.
We see the evolution of Vincent Van Gogh’s face through his paintings, and the symbol marking the unlocking. Even with a different face, the phone would be able to recognize that it is the same person.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S will offer facial recognition features with Artificial Recognition which means that whether the user is wearing a hat or in a beard, the will unlock.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S – Object recognition Camera:
“Artificial intelligence” is the marketing term in the mobile phone. No new smartphone can be announced without integrating “artificial intelligence”. The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S will be no exception with its camera.
The second ad shows just how the camera will be able to recognize objects on the screen.
The Mix 2S is expected to have the top-notch specs like Snapdragon 845 CPU, 3,400 mAh battery, and a dual-rear camera system. The highest specs model of this device may have 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. A teaser has recently confirmed that the phone will support wireless charging.
The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S is set to be announced in Shanghai on Tuesday, March 27.
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s teaser video is a Pacific Rim crossover:
Xiaomi changed speed quickly, from Van Gogh and Strauss directly to kaiju. Yes, the latest video mixer from Mi Mix 2s is a cross-promotion effort with the new Pacific Rim movie.
Apparently, they do not hire anyone to be part of the Mix design team. If you want to enter, you will have to spend years designing and building a giant robot to fight monsters. It makes you wonder what Philippe Starck did to be in charge of that team.
Leaving aside the fantasy, you can see the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2s briefly at the end of the video.