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Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro promoted by DxOMark, but selfies are not good

The time has come for Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro to be reviewed by DxOMark, the well-known portal that deals with evaluating the photo and video performance of smartphones. With a bit of a delay since its launch, photography experts have decided to take this into consideration top of the range in all respects. We remind you that only the photo / video sector has been reviewed and not the audio one. How did he behave? Excellent for video shooting, but for selfies we are not there. Let's see the details.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro rated by DxOMark: how do the cameras behave in the photo and video field? Industry experts tell us

In short, we recall the characteristics of the photographic module of Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro. It is equipped with a modern vertical rectangular module in which three cameras are housed. The sensor main is a 108 megapixel with aperture f 1.69 and pixel size 1.6 µm. An ultra accompanies this mammoth optic wide-angle from 13 megapixel with f 2.4 aperture and 1.6 µm pixel size. Finally one 5 megapixel macro with aperture f 2.0 and pixel size 1.12 µm. Anteriorly instead we find a single 20 megapixel sensor with aperture f 2.2 and pixel size 0.8 μm.

The selfie score of 88, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro arrives in the middle of the overall ranking. According to experts the sector selfie is out of tune compared to the best top-of-the-range smartphones they've tested, but still image performance is generally acceptable. However, the video performance is disproportionately high, scoring just six points below the best device ever recorded to date. Basically what Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro lacks is a bit of polishing in the selfie field, a field in which many users expect high levels. On the contrary, those who tend towards the world of vlogging might find this smartphone really interesting.

Read also: Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro has quite a few problems after the update to Android 11

We would like to remind you, however, that this device has a weight over 200 g and this could be a problem for those who use the smartphone on the go (and often).

Gianluca Cobucci
Gianluca Cobucci

Passionate about code, languages ​​and languages, man-machine interfaces. All that is technological evolution is of interest to me. I try to divulge my passion with the utmost clarity, relying on reliable sources and not "on the first pass".


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3 years ago

Until now, Xiaomi has never disappointed me, neither as a smartphone nor with the various accessories I use. Lots of products and good price. OK for me.

3 years ago

That's a good 88 score when you think that the Oneplus 8T scored 82 and the much vaunted Oppo Find X3 Pro a shameful (but fair) 72 !! We always tend to look at the glass half empty when we talk about Xiaomi For example, if they are made of plastic it is bad if they are the other brands it goes quietly or even becomes a plus. The snap 732 fitted with the latest Redmi / Xiaomi 4g "could have been done better" while competitors with an older and less performing 720 snap are greeted with enthusiasm. It would be now... Read the rest »