Today's mobile phones no longer seem to have limits when it comes to photography, and it is becoming more and more common for them to brag about more extraordinary images and angles.
If until a year ago the grace was the Huawei P30 Pro and the spectacular shots of the Moon, the new vedette camera seems to be that of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro.
Because the Chinese brand took advantage of sending its phone on a satellite to space and using its 108 megapixel sensor, it took some amazing photos of Earth seen from space.
As an example, they published a video on their official YouTube account, where they record this work.
The new Mi 10 Pro was presented on February 13 and has these camera features:
- Primary Camera: 108MP, 1 / 1.33-inch sensor with 25mm equivalent, aperture lens f / 1.69, OIS (25MP output resolution).
- Short telephoto: 12MP, 1 / 2.6-inch sensor with 50mm equivalent f / 2 aperture lens.
- Long telephoto: 8MP, 1 / 4.4 inch sensor with 94mm equivalent f / 2 aperture lens, OIS.
- Ultra wide-angle: 20MP, 1 / 2.8-inch sensor with 16mm equivalent f / 2.2 aperture lens.
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset.
It has an AMOLED screen with FHD + resolution, that is, 2,340 x 1,080 pixels. This is a 19.5: 9 aspect ratio panel with a refresh rate of 90H and touch refresh at 180Hz. The maximum brightness it can achieve is 1,120 nits, although it is not continuous. On the other hand it brings support for HDR10 + and a contrast ratio of 5,000,000: 1 according to the manufacturer.
It also has a 6.5-inch curved OLED screen and was launched in China, awaiting its international launch on March 27.
See you on March 27th!
Make sure you tune in to get all the details. # Mi10 #LightsCameraAction pic.twitter.com/8nNJ4Alyth
– Xiaomi (@Xiaomi) March 6, 2020
The Mi 10 Pro will support a refresh rate of 120Hz. In addition, it would have a fingerprint sensor on the screen. They also have LPPDR5 RAM, Wi-Fi 6 and MIUI 12 software and its price in the case of the Mi 10 would be around $ 500 dollars and for the Pro version of $ 700 dollars.
After seeing these photos, it seems that you are already applying as the camera of the year, or not Huawei P40 Pro ?. We'll see what they say on March 26.