When Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro introduced in February for the Chinese market. A review of the DxOMark resource with a high rating from the camera of the device was released simultaneously with the smartphone. True, there was one snag: DxOMark experts in their review evaluated a newer version of the camera software than the one delivered to the market. In March, Xiaomi head Lei Jun promised to release a version of the camera that the DxOMark team was considering – and now the time has come.
Today, Chinese users of Xiaomi Mi 10 have reported receiving a stable version of MIUI 188.8.131.52 with the notion that the camera performance is improved and the DxOMark rating results should improve. Xiaomi Mi 10 receives an update of a 108MP camera, which should increase the results in DxOMark.
The software update only takes up 406 MB, and in addition to the camera update, it brings a few other minor changes. The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro also received an April security package, as well as stereo ringtone support and a number of other camera issues. True, it should be noted that this update, at least for now, is only for the Chinese market.
At the moment, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro has 134 points for photo quality and 104 points for video quality, and the total DxOMark score is 124 points. Initially leading the rankings, the Mi 10 Pro now shares third place with Oppo Find X2 Pro and is second to the Honor 30 Pro + with the Huawei P40 Pro. Note that the test results of the base model Xiaomi Mi 10 are not yet available on the DxOMark website.
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