Huawei is currently having a very bad time due to a trade war between the United States and China, and many companies have suspended the deal with the Chinese giant following the US order.
While the market avoids Huawei or Huawei equipment, the 70mai Pro Xiaomi dashboard camera is powered by the HiSilicon Huawei chipset.
The HiSilicon brand is one of the leading semiconductor companies in the world that manufactures chipsets for a range of products, including smartphones and Internet tooth objects (IoT). The most popular chipset is Kirin, which is mainly used on Huawei and Honor smartphones.
As mentioned, the 70mai Pro Xiaomi dashboard camera is powered by the HiSilicon Hi3556 dual-core processor and supports H.265 encoding technology that greatly improves video compression efficiency.
When the 70mai Pro Xiaomi dashboard camera is in driving mode, it can be changed to a parking monitoring mode where the G sensor monitors the vehicle continuously. Also, when the collision occurs, the camera automatically turns on video recording.
This dash camera is equipped with a 5-megapixel camera, with a Sony Imperial Sensor IM353 with a f / 1.8 aperture and a 1944-inch * 2592-resolution * WDR resolution. The lens of the device allows users to set the number of cars and items on the road between 140 degrees.
It has high-quality lenses and supports Wi-Fi connectivity, and can capture good-quality objects, even at a distance of about 70 meters. On one side of the device, there is a slot for installing a microSD card up to 64 GB and a USB port that can be charged through a car charger or a power bank.
The dimensions of this device are 87.5 x53x18 mm and it works with a 500 mAh battery. Its 2-inch LCD display comes with mechanical control keys. All 70Mai Pro Smart Recorder settings are made through a smartphone without installing any additional software.