The Redmi K20 Pro (Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro globally) cameras has already been tested by DxOMark. Testing its photographic and video quality gave it an overall score of 102 points, which puts him in a respectful 16th in the current ranking of this site.
For the price it costs slightly under $400, joining this ranking is quite positive. It achieves a modest 89 points in video, but in photography, it reaches an impressive 108 points.
Exposure and Autofocus are camera strengths
The strengths of this model, according to the test, are autofocus, exposure and even the colors produced in its images. The video also highlights its stabilization quality.
Where the K20 Pro loses is in the video textures, not showing much detail. In photography, its weaknesses lie in the quality of wide-angle photography, but also the limitation of night photography – which is perfectly normal for its price range.
Dynamic range is limited on the K20 Pro
According to DxOMark, the K20 Pro has a limited dynamic range, and in portrait mode, noise levels are poor. In terms of video, it also has video focus instabilities inside.
DxOMark notes that the Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro does not make it into the top ten of our ranking, but achieves a respectable score for a device in its price bracket. The Photo score of 108 is based on a solid performance across all test categories, without any glaring weaknesses. In general, the camera is capable of producing images with good exposure and a good texture/noise balance in most situations. However, limited dynamic range and visible color casts in some conditions slightly negate the overall positive picture. For less than $400, it’s hard to find a better that this.