The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra has been presented today as the latest flagship of the Chinese manufacturer.
Like its brother Mi 10 Pro, it comes with a four-camera setup that includes two telephoto cameras and one ultra-wide-angle camera.
However, there are some major differences in camera hardware that make the Mi 10 Ultra the new king of the popular DxOMark photography benchmark with 130 points , up from the Huawei P40 Pro (128 points).
The main camera on the Mi 10 Ultra uses a 48MP Quad-Bayer sensor instead of the 108MP version of the Mi 10 Pro. The long telephoto lens is stabilized and comes with a staggering 120mm equivalent focal length versus 94mm on the Pro, and the sensor has grown in size from 1/2 ″ to 1 / 4.4 ″
Xiaomi has also made improvements to the ultra-wide camera. It offers a 12mm optical focal length, and even after applying distortion correction, it still measures 12.5mm, the widest field of view of any ultra-wide camera that has passed through DxOMark.
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is the new number one in the DxOMark camera ranking. In Photo mode it shows no real weakness and delivers leading results in several categories.
According to DxOMark, it is particularly impressive in the ultra-wide-angle and zoom sections, making it the ideal choice for those who want as large a zoom range as possible without compromising image quality.
It’s also a great tool for video hobbyists, delivering superb video quality with efficient 4K stabilization and a fast 60fps frame rate for super-smooth scrolling and movement.