Published: Thu, February 13, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro tops DxOMark camera chart

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro tops DxOMark camera chart

Same as Mi 10, it is also powdered by Snapdragon 865 chipset and runs on MIUI 11. Thanks to the Snapdragon 865, the Mi 10 can record 8K videos from its camera. The ultra-wide camera is 20MP with f/2.2-aperture lens. The Pro version of the phone comes with 50W charging support and features a 4,500mAh battery.

On the back there's a camera bump in the top left corner, although the lenses spill off the bump and onto the flat of the body. Xiaomi says you can fully juice up the device in just 56 minutes. The Mi 10 Pro is now the highest-rated DxOMark smartphone. Both phones allow wireless charging speed of 30W and are also capable of reverse charging other smartphones at 10W. But, Xiaomi has slightly adjusted the display here to offer better colors. Mi 10 Pro offers up to 12 RAM and 512 GB internal storage. In the camera review, the Mi 10 Pro earned an overall score of 124. The Mi 10 Pro's display has a maximum brightness of 1200 nits, which puts it higher than the Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max. The cameras get major upgrades in the form of a 108-megapixel main camera F1.6 lens that's paired with a 20-megapixel ultra-wide camera, a 12-megapixel short telephoto camera and a 8-megapixel long telephoto camera.

Furthermore, Xiaomi Mi 10 comes with a large horizontal linear motor. The other cameras on each are different, though. This combo was present in the Mi Note 10 and we were fans there, although that device also had a macro lens. It also gets the same 30W wireless and 10W reverse wireless charging but you can get the 65W wired charger to refill the phone faster.

Would you be interested in getting the Xiaomi Mi 10 series as soon as it is available in Malaysia? The rest of the specifications remain the same as the non-Pro variant.

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Now coming to the price, the 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant is priced at 3,999 Chinese yuan (~$573), while the 8GB RAM + 256GB storage variant and 12GB RAM + 256GB storage variant will cost 4,299 Chinese yuan (~$616) and 4,699 Chinese yuan (~$673) respectively.

Mi 10 Pro will start at Yuan 4999 for the 8GB RAM and 256GB version, which is almost Rs 51,000 plus. You will have to shell out 4299 yuan (around Rs. 44,000) for the 8GB+256GB variant and 4699 yuan (around Rs. 48,000) for the 12GB+256GB variant. Lastly, the 12GB RAM + 256GB storage variant of the Mi 10 Pro will sell for RMB 5,999 in China, which is around Rs 61,370 in India. The Mi 10 Pro will go on sale from tomorrow with pre-orders live now. The smartphone comes in Ice Blue, Peach Gold and Titanium Silver Black colour variants. Xiaomi Mi 10, on the other hand, has a 108MP primary sensor, 13MP wide-angle lens, and two 2-megapixel shooters.

Then, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro starts at CNY 4999 in China (around $715/£550/AU$1,063), so it's a medium step up, and while again we wouldn't expect the prices to convert directly, we also wouldn't expect the cost to rival most big name flagships.

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