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Huawei dumped Leica launches camera app for Xiaomi



Xiaomi Leica Camera app

Until now, Xiaomi has been using a simplistic camera app with their MIUI firmware. However, the recent shaking of hands with Leica is making a great impact on the Chinese company. Yes! from now onwards, Xiaomi will use a new camera app, invented by Leica.

In recent months, Xiaomi and Leica have mostly remained in the headlines. While on one side, Huawei declared an end to the strategic partnership with Leica and Xiaomi seized this opportunity to make up with the camera tech maker. However, on the other hand, Huawei has launched XMAGE, its own mobile camera imaging brand for smartphones.

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In the meantime, rumors on the air brought the words that Xiaomi could use the Leica technology for its Mi 12 Ultra flagship models. And now, finally, we are here with the news of Xiaomi unveiling a new Leica camera app.

Leica Camera App

In comparison to the previous design, the brand new Leica camera app exhibits a different watermark. This new logo appears at the bottom of the picture instead of remaining in the corner. Since the addition of this logo might get annoying for some users. Hence, Xiaomi added an option to turn off the watermark.

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Regarding the image quality, the new Leica camera app somewhat looks alike the old camera app. It displays a different accent color that was also available in the previous camera application. Aside, the app offers fewer options on the settings panel, unlike the old app which has several variations.

Xiaomi Leica Camera app

You will also find some new camera toggle icons and sophisticated Leica filter apps. Though there is less information related to the respective app at the moment. But we will keep updating you with the latest amendments to the app.

How to download the Leica Camera App:

Users can install the dynamic Leica camera application from the MIUI SYSTEM UPDATES telegram channel. However, we recommend installing the application at your own risk, as it could break the lens system or might now work on every device.


Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.