The test of the Xiaomi Mi 11 DxOMark camera has appeared and the total score is identical to that of Google Pixel 5, the Exynos-based Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G. The Xiaomi smartphone’s camera was praised for the best texture in the category and low noise performance. The Mi 11 shows the triple rear camera setup that houses the 108 megapixel primary sensor. The main camera is complemented by a 13-megapixel secondary sensor with an ultra-wide-angle lens and a 5-megapixel sensor with a macro lens.
According to the DxOMark smartphone camera ranking, the Mi 11 has a total of 120 points in camera performance. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 (Exynos), Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 5G (Exynos) and Google Pixel 5 scored the same number of points as the Mi 11. The iPhone 11 and Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G scored 119 and 118 points, respectively. Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (Exynos) scored 121 points and are above the Mi 11 in the list. The DxOMark camera values for iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12 are identical with a total of 122 points.
According to the Mi 11 camera test, the smartphone’s color performance is good. It captures very detailed images, with the phone scoring a new high score in the texture category according to the DXOMark test. In addition, the review states that the Xiaomi smartphone also has a respectable noise value, as the luminance noise increases to unpleasant values in very poor lighting conditions. The reviewer delivers pretty good ultra-wide camera performance.
When it comes to losing points, Xiaomi’s Mi 11 gets poor grades on zoom performance. It should be mentioned that the smartphone does not have a special telephoto camera and “the high native resolution of the sensor is not sufficient” to deliver good quality images. The Mi 11 scores a total of 127 points in the photo category, 59 points in the zoom and 107 points in the video category. The Mi 11 series will be launched in India on April 23. The company is expected to launch the Mi 11, Mi 11 Pro and Mi 11i vanilla models alongside the Mi 11 Ultra.
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