DxOMark analyzes Redmi camera Note 10 Pro

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DxOMark анализирует камеру Redmi Note 10 Pro

DxOMark analyzes Redmi camera Note 10 Pro

When we all go to DxOMArk Regardless of whether it is reliable or not, we do it to find out which models are in the first place in their rankings, in order to find out, from the point of view of the prestigious media, which smartphones are the best cameras at the moment. But not only do we need to take a close look at the top five on this list, but we can also take a look at the reviews of mid-range mobile devices and see how high they are. So, for example, we can know that the average range from 5 years, such as Redman Note 10 Pro , can offer picture quality similar to picture quality iPhone XS launched 3 years ago for over 1,000 euros.

Redmi Note 10 Pro is currently the most “top” model in the Redmi line Note… One of the main merits of a mid-range phone is that it is one of the few devices with a 108MP sensor in front of its camera system and according to DxOMark review, it pays off up to a large top of the range. in a couple of years, yes.


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Redmi camera analysis Note 10 Pro, according to DxOMArk

analysis the firm gives Xiaomi smartphone a score of 106, which equates it to the iPhone Xs Max (or the iPhone Xs since they share the same photographic system). Of course, it must be said that this smartphone has not yet been updated with new ways of analyzing the environment. However, with this note, the Redmi Range Opener stands above more expensive devices such as the iPhone SE (2020), Asus Zenfone 6 and Galaxy Z Flip, despite being ranked 72nd in the world. by DxOMark.

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However, within mobile from 200 to 400 euros , the smartphone ranks third, behind OnePlus Nord (slightly more expensive) and Google Pixel 4a.

The score is divided into 111 points for stills, 52 points for zoom (remember that there is no telephoto lens in a smartphone) and 95 points for video. Among the strengths Xiaomi phone These are outdoor close-up portraits, accurate video exposure, good depth and gradient blur in quality portraits, and video noise control. The downsides of the scale are ghost images in moving still frames, limited dynamic range in video, poor detail when magnified, and tint of green in outdoor photographs.

Source> DxOMark