The DxOMark team has already tested the flagship smartphone Xioami Mi 10 Ultra presented today. The device took first place in the ranking, gaining 142 points in the photo test and 106 points in the video shooting test. The total score is 130 points.
DxOMark specialists tested each of the four sensors of the main camera of the smartphone separately and did not find anything to complain about. All sensors performed excellently, but the ultra-wide-angle sensor and the 5x optical zoom periscope exceeded all expectations. As for the ultra-wide-angle camera, it is noticeably ahead of the similar sensor in the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, showing better detail and much less noise. It should be noted that this sensor is supplemented with autofocus.
Among the main advantages of the camera are excellent white balance, wide dynamic range, high-quality background blur when shooting photos with bokeh effect, and fast autofocus. Disadvantages include minor artifacts in HDR images and noise in photos taken with an ultra wide-angle camera.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is equipped with a truly unrivaled array of sensors. The main 48MP sensor boasts OIS, PDAF. It is complemented by a huge 1 / 1.32-inch Quad-Bayer sensor with 48MP resolution and support for OIS, working in conjunction with a periscope lens providing 5x optical zoom, a 12MP camera with 2x optical zoom, and a 20MP sensor with ultra-wide-angle optics providing a viewing angle of 128 degrees. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra boasts 10x optical zoom and 120x digital zoom.
Recall that the cost of the flagship smartphone in the basic configuration with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of permanent memory will be $ 763. Xiaomi will start accepting pre-orders for the Mi 10 Ultra from August 15th.
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