The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro is packed full of impressive internals - from the four camera sensor through the Snapdragon 865 chipset all the way to the 4,500mAh battery with 50W wired and 30W wireless charging support.
All of those internals are now on display thanks to the first disassembly of the phone by none other but Xiaomi itself. The disassembly shows all the different components within the device, like the NFC and antenna, the wireless charging coil, the new stereo speakers with a new large cavity that promise twice as much sound than the old speakers on the Mi 9.
But by far the most interesting bits of the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro are the cameras and namely its main sensor. Looking at the images you can really appreciate just how large the 108MP main sensor is compared to the ultrawide and pair of telephotos.
The gigantic 1/1.33-inch sensor uses 4-in-1 pixel binning to deliver 27MP photos.
Here's a video of the teardown.
In related news the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro passed through the Master Lu benchmark and posted a combined score of 469,692. To put that into perspective the Snapdragon 855+ Nubia Red Magic 3S was able to snag a 488,450, which would put the Mi 10 Pro slightly below it.
Benchmarks only tell so much of story. A phone's perceived smoothness depends on a lot of factors - storage speed, display refresh rate and software tuning among other things. We'll be sure and test the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro when it arrives at HQ.
I would still rather have just two sensors, both 64MP actual resolution (no quad bayer and only 16MP!) because I am STILL waiting, since 2013! for a real improvement over my Nokia 1020. These portrait lenses can be replaced by the main camera and the...
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