Xiaomi-Backed Yi Technologies Offers Its Action and Security Camera Systems to India

Xiaomi-backed Yi Technologies is popularly well known for cameras that could challenge the kind of Go-Pro and its budget-friendly actions. Having established a base in the US China and Europe, the firm has made its approach into the Indian sector. Yi Technologies has established two of its own actions cameras from the nation, the Yi Action Camera and Yi 4K Action Camera, both of which are available on Amazon for the Rs. It has also established two safety cameras, including Yi Home IP Camera and Yi Dome IP Camera, priced at Rs.

The activity cameras from the Xiaomi-backed company are priced way less in comparison with similar products from Go-Pro. The Yi Action camera includes a Sony IMX206 lens and also an Amarelle A7LS image processing chipset. The camera also has the ability to capture 1080p videos in 60fps and comprises wifi 802.11 b/g/n along with Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity options.

The Yi 4K Action Camera, since its name implies, adds 4K capabilities, letting it shoot at 4K videos. It sports a 2.19-inch display with Corning Gorilla Glass protection. In addition, it features 12-megapixel f/2.8 Sony IMX377 detector with EIS along with 7P lens. It packs a 1,400mAh battery and supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and blue tooth 4.0. Even the Yi 4K+ action camera that has been launched at CES 2017 earlier this calendar year and the Yi M1 mirror-less digital revealed this past year have yet to make it to the nation.

The Yi Home Camera Wireless IP security surveillance system is out there in the country. Costing Rs. The security camera goes against the likes of d link and Nest. It includes a 1-megapixel CMOS sensor having high-level night vision a lens, higher accuracy motion detection, and also mic.

The Yi Dome IP Camera comes with a larger Cost of Rs. 4,990, that will be supported by features like the 360degree policy, 10 seconds smart motion tracking, and mic. That really is an immediate challenge into this Nest Cam IQ that has been unveiled in May, but is nonetheless to launch India.