Just a few days ago we had a barrage of presentations by Xiaomi and among them the Chinese giant presented the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, with particular emphasis on its advanced camera system. DxOMark’s well-known tests now place it as the best smartphone in terms of photography.
Until now, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro was the king of DxOMark’s smartphone camera rankings. Right behind him, was the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, but the new high-end Xiaomi for this 2021 unseats them all and it is positioned as the best camera in a mobile (always at the discretion of DxOMark).
The results of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra camera
Let us remember that for the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra camera system, the company has opted for the some of the latest and most advanced components, especially in the main sensor.
- The main sensor is the new Samsung ISOCELL GN2 of 50 megapixels, 1 / 1.12 ″, equivalent to 24 mm with aperture f / 1.95, Dual Pixel Pro AF and OIS stabilizer.
- For the second ultra-angular sensor with 128 degrees of field of view and equivalent to 12mm, mount the 48-megapixel Sony IMX586.
- And the third sensor, for the telephoto with 5x optical zoom and up to 20x in digital zoom, integrates the 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor.
According to DxOMark tests in a multitude of scenarios and situations, Samsung would have done a great job with that sensor ISOCELL GN2. It was presented in the month of February and among its improvements in technology were lower consumption, better focus and better and brighter images even in worse light conditions.
Samsung ISOCELL GN2: new sensor with 50 Mpx and better focus
Samsung has presented a new photographic sensor for mobile phones, the Samsung ISOCELL GN2, they are 50 Mpx and new technologies.
With 143 total points obtained through the different DXOMARK tests, highlight the good balance between texture and noise in both photography and video recording, a good ultra-fast focus in photos, although sometimes it fails in video, good exposure and dynamic range in daytime and indoor photos, great detail and sharpness , and accurate color balances.
Of course, and as we have said on more than one occasion, that the DXOMARK rankings do not represent the absolute truth. You have to take your tests and scores as a guide and the quality of a smartphone camera cannot be measured simply by points. The reality is more complete.
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