The Mi 11 Ultra, Xiaomi’s latest premium model, which launches on Monday, surpassed the Huawei Mate 40 Pro + and became the latest number one smartphone in the DxOMark camera rankings. The Mi-Series offer includes a “step-by-step” rear camera setting that includes a massive, 50-megapixel Samsung GN2 primary sensor. DxOMark said the camera’s flagship sensor is close to the traditional 1-inch sensor available on Sony’s RX cameras. The Mi 11 Ultra also scored 100 points, especially in the zoom test. This is significantly higher than the 68 points received by the iPhone 12 Pro Max and 76 points received by the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G.
Although a comparison website DxOMark to be set out in detail Mi 11 Ultra camera review, there is shared some results highlighting the performance of imaging and video recording on the new smartphone. The Mi 11 Ultra received an overall camera rating of 143 on the DxOMark benchmarks. That’s higher than the 139 points earned by the Huawei Mate 40 Pro +, which topped the list of the best DxOMark camera smartphones to date.
In terms of different results, the Mi 11 Ultra received 148 points for its photography, 100 for magnification and 117 for video. The phone seems to retain the texture of still photos quite significantly compared to the competition. Some photos for comparison have also been provided by the DxOMark team to see progress on board.
The Mi 11 Ultra also appealed to DxOMark reviewers with its 5x optical zoom supporting periscope lens, which also supports 120x digital zoom and 10x hybrid zoom. The phone received 131 points, especially because of its telephoto capabilities.
DxOMark also noted that the Mi 11 Ultra’s video section has 105 color points and 103 exposure points. Its 117 video performance points beat the next closest competitors, Huawei Mate 40 Pro and Huawei Mate 40 Pro +, who were awarded 116 and 115 points respectively by DxOMark.
The Mi 11 Ultra has the ability to switch between 60fps and 30fps frame rate in 4K to provide appropriate video quality results. There is also a completely new version of HDR mode to attract mobile photographers.
Xiaomi there is brought Mi 11 Ultra for both China and world markets with a starting price of CNY 5,999 (approximately Rs 67,000) for 8 GB RAM + 256 GB storage option. The phone has a 2K WQHD + Samsung E4 AMOLED display and is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888. It also includes a secondary 1.1-inch AMOLED display on the back – allowing users to easily take selfies and make video calls using the secondary display.
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