Xiaomi introduced the new flagship Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro in China last week. They have not yet reached us – the global presentation had to be postponed due to coronavirus and the cancellation of the MWC 2020 exhibition. But despite this, we can already evaluate the capabilities of smartphone cameras thanks to video reviews.
To begin with, Xiaomi Mi 10 was compared to last year’s Huawei P30 Pro, and in some moments it still loses to the competitor. For example, when shooting video on the front camera and mainly when shooting photos.
But video shooting on the main camera is significantly better with the flagship Xiaomi – all thanks to stabilization.
But the front camera has stabilization of the problem, so it loses when shooting video and the Galaxy S10 + selfie camera. But the main camera, when shooting video, and when shooting a photo in most situations wins.
The older model Mi 10 Pro, which became the new leader among camera phones in the DxOMark ranking, decided to compare with the iPhone 11 Pro, Honor V30 and Mi Note 10. The colors of the Mi 10 Pro and the shake when shooting the front camera immediately catch my eye (with stabilization is really a problem here). But the impressive zoom and high-quality macro photography.