Spectacular figures of the new Xiaomi Mi Note 10
presented by the Chinese company. The most striking is that it can do 108 megapixel photographs, which allows, in essence, two things: to make large enlargements of any image and to trim a fragment of the photograph, which is equivalent to reframing it, with a very high resolution quality.
The new Xiaomi mobile carries five rear objectives: a macro (2 megapixels), a wide angle (20 megapixels), a standard angle (108 megapixels), a zoom x2 (12 megapixels) and a zoom x5 (5 megapixels). In addition, the front camera has 32 megapixels. The range of optics and resolutions is very wide.
The camera application is very complete, with all kinds of options for the user to decide the degree of customization they want when taking the photos. From the full automation to various types of personal settings, with customizable HDR, Pro, Panoramic, Portrait, Night Mode, Video, Slow Motion and Short Video modes. The application of artificial intelligence processes in the image is activated and deactivated at will.
In principle, the use of so much camera and available options overwhelms a bit when deciding what kind of snapshot you want to take. In the first tests, the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 offers a lot of versatility when taking pictures. The two x2 and x5 zoom cameras They give you a range that other mobiles don't have. From there, although the mobile reaches the x50 zoom digitally, the quality of the image is simply bad, in addition to being very difficult to frame something clearly.
Another necessary aspect in photography is processing. The great reference this fall is the iPhone 11 Pro. In the test, two types of snapshots will be compared with both phones. In the absence of further tests, the processing of Apple's mobile with its chip A13 Bionic Xiaomi wins the game, with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G Created for the mid-range, although the iPhone only has 12 megapixels. But your photos, as you can see, appear much more defined.
One of the big differences can be that chip, which also influences the price, since the Xiaomi Mi Note 10 can be purchased practically for half the price of the iPhone 11 Pro. Performance shows, not only in that photographic processing, but also in the form of a remarkable warming in the mobile of the Chinese company when the processor has to work a lot of data at once, as in the case of photography.
Another aspect to consider is that each 108 megapixel photograph occupies about 22 MB, which leads to recommending the version with the maximum available storage capacity, of 256 GB (649 euros). However, as usual in Xiaomi, the Mi Note 10 offers a lot at a very competitive price.