Xiaomi has introduced its new flagship model called 2020 Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro. The current leader DxOMark ladders, which, in detail, tests the photographic features and equipment of smartphones, is competitive Huawei P40 Pro.
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Which of the two has better photographic equipment? Is Xiaomi's flagship model or Huawei's leaderboard ranking in the photos?
We will try to answer the answers to these questions in today's comparison article.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro vs Huawei P40 Pro
The photographic equipment of both smartphones is really varied. It is not only the number of rear or front cameras, but also their resolution, the presence of optical stabilization or laser focusing. This is the equipment of both models:
- Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
- Main camera: 108 MPx, f / 1.69, optical stabilization
- Wide angle sensor: 20 MPx, f / 2.0, angle of view 123º
- Short telephoto lens: 12 MPx, f / 2.0
- Long telephoto lens: 8 MPx, f / 2.0, optical stabilization
- Front "selfie" camera: 20 MPx, f / 2.3
- Laser focus sensor
- Huawei P40 Pro
- Main camera: 50 MPx, f / 1.9, optical stabilization
- Widescreen sensor: 40 MPx, f / 1.8
- Telephoto lens: 12 MPx, optical stabilization
- Depth sensor: ToF 3D
- Front "selfie" camera: 32 MPx, f / 2.2
- Laser focus sensor
Which smartphone captures better?
The comparison of the pair of devices was brought about by the well-known YouTube channel TechZG. The video, which compares a pair of devices, evaluates not only the technology used, but also the result, ie photos and video recording between Xiaomi and Huawei.
We will start by mentioning that the flagship smartphone Xiaomi contains up to 108 MPx the main sensor responsible for the company Samsung. On the other side is Huawei and his 50 MPx RYYB the main sensor, which was manufactured by the manufacturer in cooperation with a well-known company Leica.
As can be seen in the video and also from the list of technical specifications, both smartphones bring very similar and top photographic results, but each of the manufacturers goes their own way.
However, if we were to determine a clear winner in the field of photography, it would be the leader of the DxO Mark ranking, a smartphone Huawei P40 Pro. However, Xiaomi does not lag behind and is close, as the author of the video claims. In terms of filming the video, the situation is already different and the model has the upper hand Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro.
Each of the smartphones interprets the color spectrum and luminosity of the photos in its own way. However, there is no doubt that Huawei is still a leader in mobile photography, as evidenced by years of proven and improved software.
This is also indicated by the deep integration of AI or the way in which the manufacturer approaches photographs and their processing.
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