Xiaomi's Mi 10 series had just been launched yesterday for China, and while its official global launch has been delayed due to the virus, we can expect some great things as it turns out the Mi 10 Pro has scored so high on the DXOMARK, it is now currently number one in the mobile camera category.
This means the Mi 10 Pro has beaten the Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G and even Xiaomi's very own Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition in terms of mobile camera.
To recap, the Mi 10 Pro comes with a quad camera setup with a 108MP primary shooter paired with a large 1/1.33 image sensor, combined with a 20MP ultra-wide camera and dual tele-lenses for optimised performance across a wide range of zoom factors.
According to the DXOMARK review, the Mi 10 Pro and the Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition aren't that much different in terms of camera, but the Mi 10 Pro ended up better due to the more powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset. This gave the Mi 10 Pro better results with high-contrast shots, as well as low-light conditions, even if it did have challenges with focusing on faces.
As of now, there's still no news yet on when the Mi 10 series is coming globally, let alone to Malaysia. But once it does, it's bound to be pretty exciting for mobile camera enthusiasts.