YUKI93, 04 Jan 2020Perhaps that everyone is now going crazy with pixel binning. I'm sure such native configuratio... moreComputational photography is the reason. As for all machine learning applications more data gives better results. Quad Bayer generates much more data in a single shot and can be much more versatile than traditional sensors. Single shot hdr is just a beginning of that.
DantE O2, 04 Jan 2020note 10+ costs twice as much as mi note 10 , do you really need a comparison between the two?True. We don't really need it. But other thing is that Galaxy phones loose their value faster than newer, more powerful and attractive phones are popping up :). Overall Note10+ is much better device anyway.
It is quite apparent that xiaomis lens is very soft in the edges and corners. If they had better lens things would have been a lot better.
I like the foliage rendering of the xiaomi though. It doesn't have the overprocessed look found in current hdr computational photography phones, instead it resembles the initial stages of huawei leica partnership. Very pleasant
Can GSMArena just use Gcam for the comparison? The stock camera app is WAAAAY too limiting...
DantE O2, 04 Jan 2020note 10+ costs twice as much as mi note 10 , do you really need a comparison between the two?Note 10 plus is way better than the mi note 10
This comparison is weird coz Samsung will adopt 108MP camera for s11/s20
Thanks for this test it is very insightful of what may be coming with the next models. I know this was just comparing the main cameras but I would assume if you were needing extra DOF in an image with the Xiaomi you could use the wider angle camera which I think in the review suggested was very decent. There would also be nothing stopping Xiaomi or Samsung from creating a focus stacking mode too if needed.
It would have been interesting to see what a processed raw image may have looked like side by side. Also with the lowlight images if you had exposed for the highlights you probably might have fixed the exposure issues?
PeterThePanda, 05 Jan 2020Real Bokeh (not the artificial and fake simulated one used in portrait effects by smartphones ... moreThe larger sensor also create more "bokeh" as you need longer focal length to have the same POV as a smaller sensor. Aperture is not the only factor.
sohail shafayat, 04 Jan 2020It's possible, IMX400 is 19MP & 1.22 micron, a little more effort is quite possible. Manuf... moreAgree. Plus the 108mp in this sensor amhas around 0.8Mm size. With the pixel binning system, each pix size in the 27mp mode will have the size kf 1.6Mm. So i guess the reason why pmcamera manufacturers haven't make the 24mp with 1.4+ Mm pixel size is because of marketing
DantE O2, 04 Jan 2020note 10+ costs twice as much as mi note 10 , do you really need a comparison between the two?Not if you wait a few months. Bought a Galaxy Note10+ unlocked, no contract, no trade in on Cyber Monday from Microsoft for $699.
Thanks for the article. I was wondering how they stacked up. Bought a Galaxy Note10+ unlocked, no contract, no trade in on Cyber Monday from Microsoft for $699. So that's a good price. But I will eventually be interested in acquiring one with a larger sensor. But I'll probably wait until the next models, the S20 Ultra and Note20 Ultra come down in price.
Anonymous, 05 Jan 2020The bokeh on the Mi Note 10 is the best. All natural without portrait mode. Let's not compare... moreReal Bokeh (not the artificial and fake simulated one used in portrait effects by smartphones through software) is dependent on the aperture of the lens (a wider aperture is what causes bokeh), not how enormous the number of megapixels are.
Anonymous, 04 Jan 2020LMAO?
All cellphones do bokeh by software. If you put a 50mm lens on a full frame camera... moreThe bokeh on the Mi Note 10 is the best. All natural without portrait mode.
Let's not compare smartphone cameras with Dslr here.
Samsung with the 108mp sensor will give better bokeh than anything on the market.
Software is what is holding back the Mi Note 10 to realize its full potential. You have to keep in mind that Xiaomi's in-house camera department was only put together in mid 2018. The question now is, will the camera get a software update in the future?