Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro tops DxOMark camera chart

05 November 2019
The phones camera scores 121 and matches the Huawei Mate 30 Pro.

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  • Love the Community

Anonymous, 05 Nov 2019Plz stop lying, nobody has to wait in gcam mode. Deep fusion is ... moreDeep Fusion is more than just Night Mode. Deep Fusion is a differently similar take to Google's HDR+ or something algorithm.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 05 Nov 2019No 360 degree audio recording No 960fps super slow motion No a... moreOh Yeah I forgot 5x optical zoom which is actually useful compared to 2x optical zoom

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pajson89, 05 Nov 2019better than mate30pro LOL nice joke Plz stop lying, nobody has to wait in gcam mode. Deep fusion is just a bad copy of Google night mode

Curiously it's the top solely because its video is pretty good and it had great zoom capabilities. Otherwise it has some noticeable banding in the sky, less dynamic tnage compared to the top end and the details loom nowhere near 27MP (much less 108MP). The low light is decent, but not amazing.

I am guessing that they don't use multi frame HDR and only use the dual expure pixels for better HDR. The noise reduction is also pretty aggressive.

This sensor can do better if it has 20MP with quad pixel with a white and one green quad pixel set, as well as 27MP at 30fps or 60fps (via DRAM or faster readout). That wihkd help.improve low light substantially and also help get dynamic range. The sensor also needs a much, Much Sharper Lens to do justice to that 108MP that produces 27MP photos.

  • Anonymous

Scram, 05 Nov 2019You're just regurgitating fanboy speak. Currently, the iPhone... moreNo 360 degree audio recording
No 960fps super slow motion
No auto focus for Ultrawide camera
No zoom mic feature.
Best all rounder? Lol

Samsung is the best all rounder while Huawei is best in photography department. Google doesn't even have wide angle lens or 4k 60fps, it doesn't make it too top of list. Only reason why it is there is good software and image quality.

108mp camera and no sd card? How is it going to store all those high capacity photo's?

  • Anonymous

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Marco M, 05 Nov 2019What? I'm the one who said "I just hope this camera setup get... moreOh shoot, your ealier comment was weird.

  • Professional

MasEnha, 05 Nov 2019I won't easily believe that this phone on par with those Leica. ... moreYou are probably someone who thinks more expensive is better?! Well not always. When I comoare my MI 9 with my wife's XS max I can say it is even better,but I paid €350 and she paid €1250!

  • MasEnha

I won't easily believe that this phone on par with those Leica. I tried the Huawei and still impressed to date.

travstr, 05 Nov 2019this comment is pretty dumb. first of all Sony has been out of t... moreI agree with you 100%.

Scram, 05 Nov 2019You're just regurgitating fanboy speak. Currently, the iPhone... moreI'm sorry but I couldn't just resist the urge to laugh when you brought up Samsung and Sony.

Apple, I agree iPhone has probably the best all-round camera setup this year. Google, while I strongly disagree with you that Pixel is a joint top I still get why you have reached that conclusion. But Samsung and Sony before Huawei? Right now those two are some of the worst performers in still photography, and you put it before Huawei, who's arguably one of the best, especially with their newest flagship Mate 30 Pro? I mean, sure, Samsung has a strong potential to dethrone Apple and Huawei and climb up to the top position again with S11 series and their new rumored 108MP sensor, but how is Sony, whose mobile division is clearly still holding back in smartphone camera quality so that they won't piss off their camera division, even relevant in this conversation?

Scram, 05 Nov 2019You're just regurgitating fanboy speak. Currently, the iPhone... morethis comment is pretty dumb. first of all Sony has been out of the photography race for a while now. they haven't had the quality we come to expect for the last couple years now if not longer, hence why their sales have fallen through the floor.

Huawei pioneered night photography with the P20 and Mate 20 series. they were the first manufacturer to consistently use multiple cameras which is now the benchmark, to the point where even Apple have had to slap more on there in order to keep up. even this year with the Mate 30 Pro they've managed to take a dump all over everyone else with even more strides in low light photography and general capturing of detail with huge sensors.

they haven't just had one "freak year". they've been partnered with Leica for some time now, you're clearly just downplaying their strides not only for themselves but for every other manufacturer who have had to keep pace.

at the same time, Apple have always had some of the best mobile photography. Samsung used to, then they fell behind but next year will likely be back on top, which is great. however you're wrong and ignorant for your statements in your comment. and I suspect Huawei will continue to find ways to add new features which creates pressure for other makers to do the same if not better. what's not to like?

  • S8 9.0

Wasnt expected that good 108 mp camera

thada2607, 05 Nov 2019You have a problem with reading? He said that it would be good f... moreWhat?

I'm the one who said "I just hope this camera setup gets transferred to a flagship model without notch and without curved edges on the screen." :-)

Anonymous, 05 Nov 2019Huawei is the best, then comes Google, Apple and Samsung not too... moreYou're just regurgitating fanboy speak.

Currently, the iPhone is the best. Joint top is Google. Then Samsung, Sony, before Huawei.

The only thing Huawei has going for it is versatility. It is not even in the top 5 for videography.

To be fair, last year Huawei was the standout performer with the Mate 20 Pro. This year the iPhone 11 Pro takes the crown. And from all indications, Samsung will take the crown next year.

Huawei had a freak year last year. The year before Google Pixel beat everyone handily with computational photography. Every year before that going back to the Lumias was dominated by Samsung, Apple, and Nokia (before their defunct).

Huawei wasn't even in the discussion back then. Now, you guys are acting like Huawei has been leading the smartphone camera scene for a long time, one fanboy even said Apple hadn't been in the running for years.

Huawei had one good year. Last year. That party has ended. All things considered, the incumbents--Apple and Samsung--are back on top. And the gap would only widen as the MP wars resume.

  • Gusta

The camera is toooo thick! That's why it is still protruding even tough the thickness of the phone is 9.7mm! Way too thick n ugly.

Marco M, 05 Nov 2019OIS on all five cameras? It would also take up more space and... moreYou have a problem with reading? He said that it would be good for this camera setup to get transferred to a flagship model without notch and without curved edges on the screen.

Anonymous, 05 Nov 2019When are they going to to implement a proper flagship which has ... moreOIS on all five cameras?

It would also take up more space and add to cost. Not even the several times more expesive iphone 11 pro has OIS on all sensors, it even has fixed focus on the ultrawide. Neither Mate 30 pro nor Samsung Note 10+ has OIS on all sensors.

I'm happy about their choice to have OIS on the main camera and the longest zoom. The one people will use the most and the on with longest reach which is most prone to camera shake.

Josephnero, 05 Nov 2019Well buy Note 8 pro with 64 sammy cam and Mi9t with 48 sony and ... moreAlso, keep it in mind that you can't make a direct comparison with phones with different sensors. They use different lens designs and this will affect detail rendition of those two.