Xiaomi should bring Single take feature with MIUI 15 [Android 14]

Xiaomi MIUI 15 Single take feature

Xiaomi is currently busy rolling out the MIUI 14 update based on Android 13 for eligible devices worldwide. Whereas, Xiaomi users have begun discussing MIUI 15, which is the upcoming software, and want the Chinese company to include a single-take feature with this update.

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Single take is an exclusive feature of Samsung, and now Xiaomi fans are demanding to bring this incredible feature to their Mi, Redmi, and POCO devices, with the upcoming Android 14-based MIUI 15 update. This will absolutely enhance the photography experience of the users.

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Single take feature

Single take is a camera feature that uses an AI process to take multiple photos and videos at the same time. This function helps you to capture those lost moments when you can’t press the shutter quickly enough. It means, the feature will capture multiple photos at once.

Simultaneously, it will also record a slo-mo video and even makes a collage. All you need is just place the phone at an angle and click on the capture button once, then start giving poses and enjoy the moments with your family pets, and friends, however, it will take out the best part and save it for you.

Xiaomi MIUI 15 Single take feature

Doesn’t it sound interesting? Obviously yes, what could be much better than having lots of amazing shots in just one click? In today’s era, capturing photographs and sharing them on social media platforms has become a trend, and various people following it.

For those users, this is going to be a marvelous feature, as Xiaomi will soon start developing the latest software for users. So we can expect that the company may consider this feature for its device owners, to make their photography experience more prominent.

What about your thoughts, being a Xiaomi device owner, do you want the Chines tech maker to bring this Korean firm exclusive feature for your device as well? Let us know in the comment section below.