Xiaomi 12T Pro

Xiaomi 12T Pro Achieves Surprising Score In New Camera Test Report!

In the second-tier “premium” category of the company’s Dxomark Camera benchmark, Dxomark has given Xiaomi’s 12T Pro smartphone top honors while also revealing some unexpected findings.

The 12T Pro surpasses Apple’s iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, which both received 125 points, and moves ahead of Vivo’s X70 Pro, which now ranks second with 129 points. The 12T Pro was praised by Dxomark for its finely detailed still images, pleasing colors, and accurate exposure in all lighting situations. At both the ultra-wide and long-range settings, it struggled with zoom performance.

The video score for the 12T Pro, however, is a surprising finding. Due to its alleged low-light performance, dynamic range, detail, and absence of noise, it manages to outperform Xiaomi’s much more expensive 12 Pro and 12S Ultra smartphones in this area.

The 12T Pro matches the 12 Pro with 70 points, outperforming the 12S Ultra, which receives 65 points, in Dxomark’s portrait mode, or “bokeh,” score.

Xiaomi 12T Pro

These outcomes allow the 12T Pro to equal the overall Dxomark Camera score of the much more expensive 12 Pro, despite having a lower stills score. The 12 T Pro, however, could help you save money if you’re more interested in video.

Smartphones in the premium segment are typically priced between $600 and $800 at launch and have camera hardware that is one tier below the flagship level. This almost always entails omitting one of the lenses found on the companies’ flagship models, usually the telephoto lens, which reduces the long-distance zoom capabilities.

This also applies to the 12T Pro, but Xiaomi has chosen to use an entirely new rear camera setup, showcasing a new 200-megapixel sensor along with an 8-megapixel ultrawide and a 2-megapixel dedicated macro module.

Compared to the “ultra premium” level 12 Pro and 12S Ultra, which both use large 50-megapixel main sensors coupled with 48-megapixel (12S Ultra) or 50-megapixel (12T Pro) telephoto and ultrawide cameras, this is a significant departure.

This helps to explain why test results from one device to another within Xiaomi’s smartphone lineup are frequently so disparate. The results of Dxomark also demonstrate that higher cost does not always equate to higher quality.

Source: Forbes

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