The Xiaomi Mi 12 Pro is a flagship phone that can compete with any premium smartphone. It is also the company’s front runner in the premium smartphone segment. However, this model couldn’t reach ideal camera performance and on DXoMark, it only ranks 14th with a total score of 131 points. This is a bit disappointing because we are dealing with the company’s most powerful device that also boasts the most powerful camera. But it shared the 14 and 15 positions with the Vivo X50 Pro+.
Xiaomi Mi 12 Pro Camaera
The Xiaomi Mi 12 Pro adopts a triple-camera system. The latter includes a 50MP main camera, a 50MP super wide-angle lens, and a 50MP portrait lens. The first sensor is the first to use Sony IMX 707 CMOS. This lens comes with a 1/1.28-inch outsole, 4-in-1 technology, and the single-pixel can reach 2.44μm. In effect, the light input is increased by 49%. Also, it comes with a 7P lens as well as optical image stabilization.
The remaining two 50-megapixel sub-cameras use the Samsung JN1 CMOS with a 1/2.76-inch size. But if the portrait lens is a 5P lens, the ultra-wide-angle unit is a 6P lens.
Apart from the excellent hardware, the camera of the Xiaomi Mi 12 Pro also comes with improved software algorithms. Among them, we should mention the CyberFocus, which is a focus tracking system that can automatically identify human bodies, faces, and even cats, dogs, and other small animals. As long as you double-click, you can lock any object at will, and achieve the focus of everything.
Thanks to it, the Xiaomi Mi 12 Pro has become ideal for filming. It can effectively improve the quality of the film, greatly enhancing the shooting experience of ordinary users.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Camera
However, it is worth mentioning that at present, Xiaomi’s strongest camera phone is still the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. It currently ranks fifth in the DXoMark rankings with a score of 143 points, only 2 points away from the first.
The current Ultra model uses the ISOCELL GN2 super-bottom flagship image sensor, which has a 50-megapixel image output. Also, the 1/1.12-inch super-bottom brings better light capture capabilities. It has a better performance in terms of color reproduction and noise control. The phone uses a self-developed algorithm, which makes imaging excellent. Plus, it has a periscope telephoto lens that is rare in this year’s flagships.
The Xiaomi Mi 12 Ultra is on the road. So we believe it will perform better and rank higher.