Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra is the top performer in camera so far; DXOMARK reports

Mi 11 Ultra scores 143, which stands top among all the smartphones.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra (Image Credits : Xiaomi/Screenshot from official website)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra officially launched on April 4th, globally
  • The device packs a triple rear camera setup and a single selfie camera
  • The rear and front cameras have gyro-EIS for stabilization

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra was announced on March 29th and officially launched on April 4th, globally. The device is out for sale in many countries, online and offline. A report from DXOMARK revealed that Mi 11 Ultra is the top smartphone in camera performance. It scores 143, which stands top among all the smartphones launched so far.

The third and fourth place took by Huawei Mate 40 Pro plus and Mate 40 Pro, and again Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra took fourth place. This result indicates, Xiaomi focusing on camera as well as performance in their flagship smartphones. The device packs a triple rear camera setup and a single camera for taking selfies.

Samsung Galaxy M42 5G (Image Credits : DXOMARK)

The secondary display on the back is for taking selfies via rear camera. Like other devices, Xiaomi Mi Ultra doesn’t give useless sensors such as macro and depth. There is a 50MP wide lens with f/2.0 having OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), 48MP ultrawide lens with f/2.2, and finally 48MP periscope telephoto lens with f/4.1 having OIS and 5X optical zoom. Both the rear and front cameras have gyro-EIS for stabilization.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra rear camera specifications :

  • Camera Setup : 50-MP (wide) | f/2.0 | OIS 48-MP (ultrawide) | f/2.2 48-MP (periscope telephoto) | f/4.1 | OIS
  • Flash Light : Dual-LED flash
  • Features : HDR | Face detection | Auto focus
  • Video Recording : 8K – 24fps, 4K – 30/60fps, 1080p – 30/60/120/240/960/1920fps HDR10+
  • Stabilization : gyro EIS

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra front camera specifications :

  • Camera Setup : 20-MP (wide) | f/2.2
  • Flash Light : No flash
  • Features : HDR
  • Video Recording : 1080p – 30/60fps | 720p – 120fps
  • Stabilization : gyro EIS
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