Even if the more experienced do not share much the point of view of the tests of DxOMark, we cannot deny that these are indicative for the average user. In fact, many rely on the evaluations of industry experts to buy a smartphone. Specifically, today we talk about the camera tests of Xiaomi 12t pro, the latest top of the range of the company. Guess what how he behaved? Admirably! It is indeed the new champion of the Premium category!
How's the Xiaomi 200T Pro's 12 megapixel camera doing? She is the undisputed queen, there is nothing more to say. Here is the DxOMark test
The 5 October Xiaomi 12t pro arrived in Italy with its mammoth 200 megapixel main photo sensor. It is the first smartphone in the Global version to integrate it and everyone, no one excluded, expected great things from him. So it was for the DxOMark experts who evaluated the I share photographic. The smartphone has undergone a series of tests to verify performance in the most common usage scenarios. Although the model failed to make it into the top 10 of the world rankings, it has no equal in its category.
We recall the camera parameters: the main sensor from 1.22 "with a resolution of 200 megapixel (f / 1.7, PDAF, OIS), an ultra wide angle module from 8 megapixel (f / 2.2) and a macro sensor from 2 megapixel (f / 2.4). For comparison, DxOMark has joined Xiaomi 12T Pro with close competitors in cost, Oppo Find X5 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S22. According to experts, the Xiaomi 12T Pro has delivered a very good result for devices in its class, but it cannot keep up with the best overall due to the slightly limited dynamic range in photo mode and the obvious adaptation of exposure and white balance in the video.
When using zoom, images lack a lot of detail. Also, artifacts sometimes escape (halos, changing shades, lights). At the same time, the device demonstrates a high level of detail, pleasant colors and good exposure in any type of light. Overall, the device is more suitable for videos compared to the Xiaomi 12 Pro and the more expensive 12S Ultra. The 12T Pro also offers a good exposure in low light conditions, a wide dynamic range, high details with minimal noise and effective image stabilization.
Among the negatives, experts also highlight abrupt changes in exposure in the video, especially when a face is detected, exceeding the white balance when shooting a panorama, autofocus errors and inconsistent sharpness when moving the camera in video mode (especially in low light conditions).
In the overall score, Xiaomi 12T Pro received 129 points, placing 18th in the global ranking of DxOMark, between Huawei P40 Pro and Oppo Find X3 Pro. The smartphone managed to climb much higher in the category Premium where he became the absolute leader, surpassing iPhone 13, Galaxy S22 and vivo X70 Pro.