14 February 2020
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is official now with an appealing design and specifications. The device is featured but one main headline feature is the camera that holds 108MP primary sensor alongside three more in the module for impressive shots and videos.
The Mi 10 Pro’s DxOMark camera score is also out where the device has managed to get a camera score of 124. The overall mobile camera score makes it the new leader in the smartphone camera image quality ranking done by DxOMark, an independent benchmark that scientifically assesses smartphones.
The prowess of the Mi 10 Pro camera is evaluated under different conditions by DxOMark. The team took the device in daylight and low-light like conditions to know its worth. After the series of tests, the benchmark gave a photo score of 134 and a video score of 104 to the Mi 10 Pro.
The benchmark has shared the results by comparing the new Mi 10 Pro with the likes of the last year’s Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition as it also came with the 108MP primary shooter. According to DxOMark, the Mi 10 Pro has similar camera performance to the CC9 Premium Edition, however, it does stand out in a few areas. The benchmark says that the Snapdragon 865 processor and refined tuning provide an edge to the Mi 10 Pro over the CC9 Pro Premium Edition, especially in terms of texture rendering and night performance.
As per the detailed report on the Mi 10 Pro camera, Xiaomi has improved the dynamic range over last year’s CC9 Pro Premium Edition. In fact, the device shows a better dynamic range over the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and the Apple iPhone Pro Max. The Mi 10 Pro has a generally accurate white balance than the two phones.
According to the report, the Mi 10 Pro has a slight improvement in low-light which is quite noticeable if compared to the Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition. The latest Mi 10 Pro has slightly better low-contrast detail in fine textures and patterns. The autofocus is also very good and close to what the CC9 Pro Premium Edition offers.
Overall, according to DxOMark’s report, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro offers a well-balanced texture, accurate and stable exposure and white balance, accurate depth estimation and good detail in bokeh mode. It also offers good details in bright light when shooting with the ultra-wide camera in bright light. It also has efficient video stabilization, fast and accurate autofocus in bright and low light.
DxOMark has concluded that despite using very similar imaging hardware as the Premium Edition, Xiaomi has managed to improve the Mi 10 Pro in several key areas.