Xiaomi has launched the new smartphones of the Mi 10 line in China. Although the global launch of mobile phones, which was planned for February 23, has been postponed due to the cancellation of the 2020 edition of the Mobile World Congress, DxOMark has set up work and has already analyzed the Pro version of the Mi 10.
As far as its photographic capabilities are concerned, the Chinese manufacturer's smartphone managed to reach 124 points and become the new leader of the DxOMark ranking, surpassing Mate 30 Pro 5G from Huawei Huawei and establishing a new maximum score.
The Mi 10 Pro features four rear cameras: a main with 108 MP, two telephoto lenses (with 12 MP and 8 MP) and a wide angle of 20 MP. According to DxOMark, the smartphone managed to reach a score of 134 on the photo and 110 on the video.
The benchmarking platform states that the Mi 10 Pro results are similar to the Mi Note 10, also known as Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition, however, with improvements in image rendering thanks to the presence of the Snapdragon 865 inside.
The smartphone's cameras stand out for the good detail capture marked by little noise, even when the zoom is being used or when the bokeh mode is active. DxOMark also points out a stable exposure level, as well as a good depth capture.
Xiaomi's new Pro smartphone has also broken records with regard to its audio capabilities. With a score of 76, the Mi 10 Pro managed to surpass Huawei's Mate 20 X, with 75 points, and the iPhone XS Max, with 74.
DxOMark claims that the equipment has a consistent performance, both in terms of reproduction and audio recording. The platform indicates that the Mi 10 Pro is one of the smartphones with the highest volume capacity that it has ever tested, presenting a good tone, dynamics and performance in wide spaces, as well as basses capable of making the experience of listening, for example, electronic music even better. or hip-hop.