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Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro has the best smartphone camera according to DxOMark

After raising its camera benchmark with the CC9 Pro, Xiaomi has up the ante with its all-new flagship smartphone. The new Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro has passed DxOMark labs and the new Snapdragon 865 powered device with its quad-camera setup has achieved an all-new high-score of 124 points.

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro features a 108MP main camera that uses a large 1/1.33″ image sensor and it also has a 20MP ultra-wide-angle camera. Somewhat similar to the Mi Note 10, there are two telephoto cameras – a short telephoto unit with a 12MP sensor and a long telephoto shooter that has an 8MP sensor.

In the photography category, the Mi 10 Pro scored 134 points while for videos, it did 104 points. According to DxoMark, the Mi 10 Pro has cemented Xiaomi’s reputation for its stellar imaging performance and they have improved its photography capabilities over the CC9 Pro (aka Mi Note 10 Pro) thanks to its refined tuning and processing power of the new Snapdragon 865 chipset.

They remarked that the Mi 10 Pro offers good detail and well-balanced texture/noise compromise, accurate and stable exposure and white balance and offers good detail in bright line when shooting with the ultra-wide-angle camera. They also noticed that faces are occasionally out of focus and sometimes it tends to have frequent ghosting in HDR ultra-wide shots and in night mode.

For videos, they found that the Mi 10 Pro offers very efficient video stabilisation and it also offers fast and accurate autofocus in both bright and low light situations. Unfortunately, the device seems to offer a limited dynamic range for videos and there shared that temporal noise can be intrusive in low light scenes.

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You can read the full Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro review by DxoMark here. Below is the current ranking of devices on DxOMark mobile.

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Alexander Wong