Mi India has chosen to honour the true heroes of 2020 — the COVID warriors of the country. The smartphone and accessories maker has collaborated with well-known fashion photographer Atul Kasbekar to create a special edition calendar. This calendar is entirely shot on the recently launched Mi 10i smartphone. The device came up with a 108MP primary rear camera. And, Snapdragon 750G SoC underneath, for a starting price of Rs 20,999. Mi India also believes that 2020 has been a tough year for everyone. Some of the exceptional people have risked their lives to save others. These are the guys who eventually became heroes of this tough year. Hence Mi India along with Atul are paying a photographic ode to these few of the exceptional people with a calendar shot on Mi 10i.
Mi India 2021 calendar
We are pretty evident by now that Mi 10i launched with quadruple cameras on the back. They comprise a — 108MP primary camera, 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth-sensing camera. Fashion photographer Atul has managed to find the aforementioned exceptional people across various fields. These include hospital personnel, doctors, community workers, nurses, and others who were at home quarantine.
The Mi India 2021 calendar explains and showcases these incredible people with their photographs. And, their incredible contributions during the tough times of 2020. These remarkable include Manish Mundara (Film Maker), Mahita Nagraj (Marketing Consultant), Muffazal Lakdawala (Surgeon), Milind Chandwani (Social Worker. Ruchika Bhargava (Physiotherapist), RS Wungkanngam (Working Professional), Vir Das (Comedian), Kunal Sharma (Advocate), Imtiyaz Ansari (Ambulance Driver). Vikram Bhagat (Working Professional), Uma Rajeshwari (Event Manager), Syed Ghafoor (Sanitiser Field Assistant). And, lastly, Kalish Mahida (Ward Supervisor), and Nivedita (Marketing Professional).
During the launch, Atul Kasbekar explains more about the calendar, he states “This calendar represents the many thousands that have been there for the rest of us in the country and have done some remarkable work. It has been a privilege for me to capture their stories and shine a spotlight on these quiet, unsung heroes of 2020.”