A current test report in a video tells us more about how the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 with a quintuple camera actually performs in everyday life.
With the Mi Note 10, Xiaomi presented one of the most interesting Android smartphones of the year. It has a previously unique 108 MP camera from a collaboration with Samsung. Also has four more cameras on the back. Penta! Coupled with plenty of attractive hardware under the hood, the Mi Note 10 is definitely a benchmark for the premium middle class in the coming months. But how does “the special” Xiaomi smartphone actually do under normal everyday test conditions?
It’s not me answering this question, but Chris from Techloupe (video below in the post). It reports a battery life of up to two days, and the criticized mid-range processor is extremely fast on the road and is probably sufficient for most users. But what can the camera do that the Internet discussed so much in advance? She is actually doing very well, but still has room for improvement. Controllable via updates, Xiaomi developers have to do it again.
Xiaomi Mi Note 10 data sheet
- 6.47 ″ FHD + AMOLED display with curved sides and fingerprint
- Snapdragon 730G, 6 GB RAM, 128 GB storage
- 5260 mAh battery, 30-watt quick charge, USB-C
- 108 MP 1 / 1.33 ″ main camera, F1.69, OIS, 27 MP photo resolution
8 MP 1 / 3.6 ″ telephoto (wide), F2.0, OIS, 5x zoom
12 MP 1 / 2.6 ″ Tele / Portrait (close), F2.0
20 MP 1 / 2.8 ″ ultra-wide, F2.2
2 – 10 cm macro, F2.4
Dual flash with soft light
- 32 MP front camera in a notch
- Hi-res audio, NFC, WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5, jack, IR blaster
Video: Xiaomi Mi Note 10 review
There are not many smartphones with five cameras. Of course we spontaneously think of the Nokia 9 Pureview, which in turn takes a different approach. Xiaomi offers a separate function for each camera. Zoom, ultra-wide angle, etc. Nokia, on the other hand, offers only one function. For the supposedly perfect picture, the software merges the photos from the five slightly different cameras. Cool for professionals, but the “Normalo” wants more functionality.