AnonD-917476, 19 Feb 2020Yes its clean and sharp. But so is my S10. And my S7. So like i said 4k video stable and sharp... moreNope. I keep on changing smartphones. Top brands on my list are Oneplus then Samsung, third was Huawei and then Xiaomi..... but nowadays samsung is behaving badly in terms of value for money. They are more advertising focused rather than providing value for money. So yes Im taking a break from Samsung lol.
I do hope that they let go of their stupid pricing and start offering some value for money like they once used to. They have become the very enemy they despised (Apple).
ErceylanS, 19 Feb 2020Salutations to your understanding regarding Cameras :\.... How easily you compared a high mega... moreYes its clean and sharp. But so is my S10. And my S7. So like i said 4k video stable and sharp. Just like any other smartphone. I take it your Xiaomi fan boy.
AnonD-917476, 18 Feb 2020Oh sorry yeah xiaomi phones now shoot 4k. But Samsung have done since Galaxy S5. Like i said h... moreSalutations to your understanding regarding Cameras :\.... How easily you compared a high megapixel count camera that shoots superb 4K video VS a low megapixel phone of samsung calling it 4k, so insulting and shows how lack of knowledge makes ppl give into made up marketing terminologies lol
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2020You missed the point of the videoOh sorry yeah xiaomi phones now shoot 4k. But Samsung have done since Galaxy S5. Like i said hardly groundbreaking.
Anonymous, 18 Feb 2020Looks better than s20 ultra 8k laggy videoI am sure you dont know this because this phone also has 8k option video and it is a lot worse and more more laggy than s20 series
GAMIRSFM, 18 Feb 2020And Xiaomi made a big deal about their phone recording 4K like if it was 8K new or something.Xiaomi is now known for high resolution sensors which makes people think Mi 10 Pro is focused on photography but not so much on videography. With this ad they are trying to prove that its video recording capability is on the same level as other flagships. They aren't calling 4K recording revolutionary or anything, it's just them making ads for their products, so why become sarcastic about it?
(Software update to enable 8K video in on the way, by the way)
Nick Tagataka, 18 Feb 2020Yeah. And?And Xiaomi made a big deal about their phone recording 4K like if it was 8K new or something.
"There are some things that can be taken from the video, like the details in different lighting setups - at Grand Central station and in the subway, where light is artificial and scarce."
That's EXACTLY the problem with software-focused smartphone cameras. They NEVER get the details right. At some point, you may have to do heavy editing with video editing software such as Adobe Premiere Pro or Sony Vegas or even Final Cut Pro just to get it right.
GAMIRSFM, 17 Feb 2020Oh nice, we had 4K video recording since Galaxy S5.Yeah. And?
AnonD-917476, 17 Feb 2020Looks ok. But even midrange devices do 4k like this so nothing ground breaking. You missed the point of the video
Too much empty chatter. Too few standout features. This company has lost track of what it means to make a compelling argument for selling good, feature packed phones at a disruptive price.
Xiaomi today, the HTC of tomorrow?