Mi 10 Ultra’s DXOMark Selfie Benchmark Result Revealed

Mi 10 Ultra’s DXOMark Selfie Benchmark Result Revealed

Xiaomi‘s flagship Mi 10 Ultra for the 10th year came 22nd in the DXOMark Selfie front camera test. The camera got only 88 points.

Chinese smartphone manufacturers are in serious competition with each other. In August 2020, Xiaomi developed a special high-end smartphone for the company’s 10th anniversary, the Mi 10 Ultra. The phone managed to outpace the Huawei P40 Pro in the DXOMark Camera tests.

Huawei, on the other hand, once again managed to outpace its rival with the Mate40 in October. In terms of rear camera systems, the two devices presented a challenge which was entertaining for tech enthusiasts. In terms of front camera, Mi 10 Ultra performed very poorly.

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, which ranked 22nd in the selfie front camera test, could only score 88 points.

Mi 10 Ultra was developed exclusively for China. The selfie camera of the OLED screen phone, which has a camera hole on the front, is equipped with a 20 MP 1 / 3.4 inch fixed focus sensor, f / 2.3 lens. The front camera can also record 30 FPS video at a 1920×1080 resolution.


In terms of performance, the front camera of the device scored 86 points for a single frame photo and 91 points for videos. Overall, the camera had no problem detecting faces and maintaining the natural white balance under most conditions.

Due to the limited dynamic range, the camera missed a lot of glare and important details in both photos and videos. Problems such as very serious degradation, glare, discoloration, inconsistent flash effect, and unnatural blur occurred, especially in low light photos.

The front camera may be a nuisance except in ideal conditions.

The video performance of the camera is not very problematic both indoors and outdoors when there is enough lighting. The device does not have any problems in terms of capturing skin colors, correct focusing, stabilization.

When it comes to performing in low light, the camera fails to capture facial details. From time to time, these problems become even more obvious in low light, as colors become unnatural.