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DxOMark evaluates Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro selfie camera and scores 83

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The renowned cell phone camera review website, DxOMark, published its review of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro’s front sensor. The device’s selfie camera scored a final score of 83, which can be divided into 84 points for its photo capabilities and 81 points for your video capture quality.

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This puts it close to premium intermediary smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy A71 and older line tops, as is the case with the Apple iPhone XS Max. The Samsung device also had an average of 83, but with slightly worse performance in photos (83 ) and a little bit better in videos (81).

DxOMark: Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro selfie camera review

The Apple flagship for 2018 had a final score of 82, with 81 points for photographs and 82 points for video. The current leader of the list is the Huawei P40 Pro, which has 103 points – 108 for photos and 95 for video. The reason for this is that it has a dual front camera system, with two excellent sensors that do well in all light conditions.

DxOMark evaluates Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro selfie camera and scores 83
Source: DxOMark

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Meanwhile, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro brings only one camera for selfies, with a 20 MP (0.9 µn) sensor, f / 2.0 aperture and the ability to record videos at 1080p and 30 frames per second. The highlights of this camera are its great performance in good light conditions and the consistent exposure of faces in most situations.

The main problem with the Mi 10 Pro’s front camera is its dynamic range. This is because, although it is very good at exposing faces, it tends to let the lighter areas of the image burst. The colors are also not very consistent, causing people’s skin to turn red in low light situations.

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DxOMark evaluates Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro selfie camera and scores 83
Source: DxOMark

Even though the lens has a fixed focus, it ends up making up for it by offering a very wide depth of field. This allows the user’s face to be acceptably sharp, whether you’re taking a selfie or sitting across the table from the phone.

Via: GSMArena Source: DxOMark

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