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Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G Camera review: Competent mid-ranger

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Announced in September 2020, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G is the Chinese manufacturer’s top offering in their latest T range of smartphones. With a couple of notable exceptions, the handset boasts borderline flagship specifications at an attractive price point.

The device features the high-end Snapdragon 865 chipset for plenty of processing grunt, runs Android 10 OS via Xiaomi’s custom MIUI 12 interface, and is available with either 128 GB or 256 GB of internal memory, both with 8GB RAM. There’s also a large 6.67-inch UW-FHD LCD display with a 144 Hz refresh rate, HDR10+ rendering, and 500 cd/m2 brightness.

There are three cameras on the back — a main wide, an ultra-wide, and a dedicated macro lens. The main wide module features a 108 MP Quad-Bayer sensor with 2×2 pixel binning down to a final 25 MP output, and is linked to a 26 mm-equivalent f/1.7-aperture lens with phase detection DAF and optical image stabilization. There’s also an ultra-wide camera that offers a 123° field of view via its 13 mm-equivalent f/2.4-aperture lens and records images on a 13 MP standard array sensor with 1.12µm pixels. Completing the triplet of cameras, the Mi 10T Pro 5G also offers a dedicated macro camera with a 5 MP sensor and f/2.4-aperture autofocus lens.

The Mi 10T Pro 5G shoots 8K video at 30 frames per second (fps), 4K at either 30/60 fps and 1080p at up to 120 fps, and features gyroscope-enabled electronic stabilization (gyro-EIS) to control motion effects.

Read on to find out how the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G camera compares against the competition.

Key camera specifications:

  • Triple-camera setup
  • Primary: 108 MP sensor with 0.8µm pixels and 26 mm-equivalent f/1.7 lens, OIS, PDAF
  • Ultra-wide: 13 MP sensor with 1.12µm pixels and 13 mm-equivalent (123° FOV) f/2.4 lens
  • Macro: 5 MP sensor and f/2.4 autofocus lens (not tested)
  • LED flash
  • 8K video at 30 fps, 4K at 30/60 fps, 1080p at up to 120 fps, gyro-EIS (tested at 4K 30fps)

About DXOMARK Camera tests: For scoring and analysis in our smartphone camera reviews, DXOMARK engineers capture and evaluate over 3000 test images and more than 2.5 hours of video both in controlled lab environments and in natural indoor and outdoor scenes, using the camera’s default settings. This article is designed to highlight the most important results of our testing. For more information about the DXOMARK Camera test protocol, click here. More details on how we score smartphone cameras are available here.

Test summary


Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G
118
camera
121
photo
61
zoom
110
video
CAMERA
Position in Global Ranking #36
1. Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra
143
2. Huawei Mate 40 Pro+
139
3. Huawei Mate 40 Pro
136
4. Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra
133
5. Huawei P40 Pro
132
6. Oppo Find X3 Pro
131
6. Vivo X50 Pro+
131
8. Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
130
9. Apple iPhone 12 Pro
128
9. Vivo X60 Pro+
128
9. Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro
128
12. Oppo Find X2 Pro
126
12. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (Exynos)
126
14. Honor 30 Pro+
125
15. Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max
124
15. OnePlus 9 Pro
124
17. Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G
123
17. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (Snapdragon)
123
19. Apple iPhone 12 mini
122
19. Apple iPhone 12
122
19. Honor V30 Pro
122
19. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
122
23. Huawei Mate 30 Pro
121
23. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (Exynos)
121
23. Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition
121
26. Google Pixel 5
120
26. Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G (Exynos)
120
26. Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G
120
26. Samsung Galaxy Note20 (Exynos)
120
26. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 (Exynos)
120
26. Xiaomi Redmi K30 Pro Zoom Edition
120
26. Xiaomi Mi 11
120
33. Apple iPhone 11
119
33. Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G (Snapdragon)
119
33. Samsung Galaxy S21 5G (Snapdragon)
119
36. OnePlus 8 Pro
118
36. Samsung Galaxy S20+ (Exynos)
118
36. Vivo X60 Pro 5G (Exynos)
118
36. Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G
118
40. Motorola Edge+
117
40. Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G (Snapdragon)
117
40. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ (Exynos)
117
40. TCL 20 Pro 5G
117
44. Huawei P30 Pro
116
44. Samsung Galaxy S21+ 5G (Exynos)
116
44. Samsung Galaxy S21 5G (Exynos)
116
44. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G (Exynos)
116
44. Samsung Galaxy S10 5G
116
44. Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G (Exynos)
116
50. Asus ZenFone 7 Pro
115
50. Oppo Reno 10x Zoom
115
50. Oppo Find X3 Neo
115
50. Samsung Galaxy S20 FE (Exynos)
115
54. OnePlus 7T Pro
114
54. OnePlus 7 Pro
114
54. Vivo X51 5G
114
57. Google Pixel 4
113
57. Honor 20 Pro
113
57. Samsung Galaxy S10+ (Exynos)
113
57. Samsung Galaxy S10+
113
61. Huawei P40
112
61. Huawei Mate 20 Pro
112
61. Oppo Reno5 Pro+ 5G
112
61. Samsung Galaxy Note20 (Snapdragon)
112
61. Sony Xperia 1 II
112
66. Google Pixel 4a
111
66. Huawei Mate 20 X
111
66. OnePlus 8T
111
66. Sony Xperia 5 II
111
66. Xiaomi Mi 11i
111
66. Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G
111
72. LG Wing
110
72. Xiaomi Mi 9
110
74. Huawei P20 Pro
109
74. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G
109
74. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2 5G
109
74. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2
109
78. OnePlus Nord
108
78. Oppo Reno4 Pro 5G
108
78. Oppo A94 5G
108
78. Xiaomi Redmi K40 Pro+
108
82. Apple iPhone XS Max
106
82. Xiaomi Redmi Note 10 Pro
106
84. Oppo Reno4 5G
105
84. Oppo Find X3 Lite
105
84. Oppo Find X2 Neo
105
84. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
105
88. Asus ZenFone 6
104
89. Apple iPhone SE (2020)
103
89. HTC U12+
103
89. POCO X3 NFC
103
89. Realme 8 Pro
103
89. Samsung Galaxy Note 9
103
89. Xiaomi Mi MIX 3
103
95. Google Pixel 3
102
95. Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
102
95. Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro
102
98. Apple iPhone XR
101
98. Google Pixel 3a
101
100. LG V60 ThinQ 5G
100
100. Oppo Reno5 Pro 5G
100
100. Samsung Galaxy S9+
100
103. Google Pixel 2
99
103. LG G8 ThinQ
99
103. Xiaomi Mi 8
99
106. OnePlus 6T
98
106. Xiaomi Mi 10T 5G
98
108. Apple iPhone X
97
108. Lenovo Z6 Pro
97
108. LG V40 ThinQ
97
111. OnePlus 6
96
112. Asus ROG Phone 2
95
112. Realme X2 Pro
95
112. Sony Xperia 5
95
115. Apple iPhone 8 Plus
94
115. Samsung Galaxy Note 8
94
117. Xiaomi Pocophone F1
91
118. Asus ZenFone 5
90
118. General Mobile GM9 Pro
90
118. Google Pixel
90
118. HTC U11
90
118. Vivo X20 Plus
90
118. Xiaomi Mi Note 3
90
124. Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
89
125. Apple iPhone 7 Plus
88
125. Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
88
125. Samsung Galaxy A9
88
128. Motorola One Zoom
87
128. Samsung Galaxy A51 5G
87
128. Sony Xperia 1
87
128. Vsmart Live
87
128. ZTE Axon 20 5G
87
133. Crosscall Trekker-X4
86
133. Nokia 8.3 5G
86
135. LG G7 ThinQ
85
135. Nokia 9 PureView
85
135. Nokia 7.2
85
138. Black Shark 2
84
138. LG V30
84
138. Samsung Galaxy A71
84
138. Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro
84
142. Motorola Moto Z2 Force
82
142. Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
82
144. Motorola Moto G7 Plus
80
145. Crosscall Core-X4
79
146. Samsung Galaxy A50
76
147. Apple iPhone 6
73
147. Google Nexus 6P
73
149. Meizu Pro 7 Plus
71
150. Lava Z25
70
150. Samsung Galaxy S5
70
152. Motorola Moto G5S
69
153. Apple iPhone 5s
68
153. Nokia 8
68
155. Wiko View 3 Pro
67
156. Fairphone 3
66
157. Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro (2018)
65
158. Altice S61
56
CAMERA
Position in High-End Ranking #1
1. Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G
118
2. TCL 20 Pro 5G
117
3. Honor 20 Pro
113
4. OnePlus 8T
111
5. Xiaomi Mi 9
110
6. Xiaomi Redmi K40 Pro+
108
7. Oppo Reno4 5G
105
7. Oppo Find X3 Lite
105
9. Asus ZenFone 6
104
10. Xiaomi Mi MIX 3
103
11. Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
102
12. Oppo Reno5 Pro 5G
100
13. Xiaomi Mi 8
99
14. OnePlus 6T
98
14. Xiaomi Mi 10T 5G
98
16. Lenovo Z6 Pro
97
17. OnePlus 6
96
18. Vivo X20 Plus
90
19. Samsung Galaxy A71 5G
88
19. Samsung Galaxy A9
88
21. Motorola One Zoom
87
21. Samsung Galaxy A51 5G
87
21. ZTE Axon 20 5G
87
24. Black Shark 2
84
24. Samsung Galaxy A71
84
26. Crosscall Core-X4
79
27. Meizu Pro 7 Plus
71
28. Nokia 8
68
29. Fairphone 3
66

Pros

  • Accurate exposure and dynamic range in outdoor and indoor photos
  • Pleasant color in outdoor and indoor photos
  • Mainly accurate and reliable preview image
  • Accurate white balance and skin tones in zoom shots
  • High detail in most videos
  • Accurate exposure in outdoor and indoor videos
  • Accurate white balance in outdoor and indoor videos
  • Effective stabilization in most videos

Cons

  • Limited dynamic range in low-light photos
  • Strong ghosting in some HDR photos
  • Short focal length and depth estimation errors in bokeh photos
  • Low detail in ultra-wide photos
  • Limited dynamic range in most videos
  • Autofocus instabilities in indoor and low-light videos
  • Visible artifacts in low-light videos
  • Sharpness inconsistencies in low-light videos

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G achieves an overall DXOMARK Camera score of 118. It’s a very competent device in outdoor and indoor conditions, but ranks behind Xiaomi’s Mi 10 Pro and Mi 10 Ultra models at 128 and 133, respectively.

The main differences we see on the Mi 10T Pro 5G compared to its Xiaomi stablemates are in Photo (121) and especially in the Zoom (61) sub-scores. Forgoing a dedicated tele-lens in place of a macro camera limits the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s scoring potential in our Zoom analysis, although the addition of an ultra-wide module does help. Boasting the same main camera hardware specification as the Mi 10 Pro, it would be fair to assume similar image quality in standard photos, but surprisingly, that isn’t the case. We see a significant regression for texture and noise performance on the Mi 10T Pro 5G compared to the Mi 10 Pro, which had an impact on the former’s Photo sub-score and overall result.

For the most part, however, the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G’s main camera is a reliable performer on outdoor and indoor scenes. Exposures are accurate, dynamic range is reasonably wide, and color rendering is pleasant. The device also performed well in our analysis of preview image quality, where it provides an accurate representation of exposure, detail, and noise, to give users confidence on how the final image will be rendered. Areas for improvement include low-light performance, as dynamic range is very limited; obvious ghosting artifacts in some HDR shots; and low detail in both low-light and ultra-wide shots.

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G captures good exposure and pleasant color in most images, but with noticeably lower detail and more noise compared to the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro.

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G achieves a very good Video score of 110, tying with the Mi 10 Ultra and the Mi 10 Pro for moving image capabilities. Video strengths include accurate target exposures and white balance in outdoor and indoor movies, and its gyro-EIS stabilization is fairly effective. Dynamic range is limited compared to the best video performers, slight autofocus instabilities are evident, and visible artifacts in low-light videos hamper its performance overall, but those quibbles aside, the Mi 10T Pro 5G is a good smartphone for mobile video enthusiasts.

Let’s take a more detailed look at the strengths and weaknesses of the Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, with some sample image comparisons for illustration.

The main camera provides accurate target exposure and reasonably wide dynamic range in indoor and outdoor conditions. In this example, the Mi 10T Pro 5G provides excellent brightness on the portrait, but with slightly more highlight clipping evident in the sky compared to both the Mi 10 Pro and the Pixel 5 reference devices. 

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, accurate exposure with slight highlight clipping
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, slightly low exposure with a little highlight clipping
Google Pixel 5, slightly low exposure but with wide dynamic range

Colors are generally natural and pleasant in indoor and outdoor photos, too. In this indoor example, accurate white balance ensures faithful skin tones on the people, and although the Pixel 5 delivers higher saturation for more punchy yellows and blues, the Mi 10T Pro 5G offers nice color rendering overall. 

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, pleasant colors and skin tones
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, pleasant colors with slightly lower saturation
Google Pixel 5, pleasant colors with slightly higher saturation

A noticeable difference in the texture-versus-noise compromise between the Mi 10T Pro 5G and the Mi 10 Pro was a little surprising to our testers. While they both seem to have the same main camera module, detail is a bit low on the Mi 10T Pro 5G in our comparisons. The level of detail remains acceptable in indoor and outdoor shots overall, but you can see in this bright light example that the Mi 10 Pro and the Pixel 5 render those intricate fine details noticeably better.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, outdoor texture
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, crop: slightly low detail
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, outdoor texture
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, crop: very good detail
Google Pixel 5, outdoor texture
Google Pixel 5, crop: very good detail

In low-light conditions, the Mi 10T Pro 5G tends to lose even more details; overall, the texture/noise compromise is handled better on the Mi 10 Pro, which has better detail preservation. The Mi 10T Pro 5G does do a pretty good job of noise reduction in indoor photos, but we observed localized noise in flat areas of color and shadow regions in outdoor images.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, outdoor test scene
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, crop: high noise
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, outdoor test scene
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, crop: well-controlled noise
Google Pixel 5, outdoor test scene
Google Pixel 5, crop: well-controlled noise

The Mi 10T Pro 5G’s PDAF autofocus system is fairly reliable, if not outstanding, and puts in an average performance in our AF rankings. Under benchmark testing in the lab, we found autofocus to be fairly fast and accurate under indoor and outdoor lighting conditions, and even when mixing in extremes of brightness to simulate HDR scenes. Slower response times were evident in our low-light autofocus analysis, but most shots remained in sharp focus. We found accuracy to be good when shooting natural test scenes, too, but limited depth of field means the Mi 10T Pro 5G isn’t ideal for multi-plane pictures, as it can’t provide good sharpness on portraits at different distances from the camera.

Autofocus performance in 1000 lux daylight with 7 EV brightness range

Shooting in portrait mode, the Mi 10T Pro 5G put in a slightly underwhelming performance for bokeh simulation. We found the main camera’s equivalent focal length a little short for successful portraits, and although the overall effect is acceptable, it’s not quite as competent as that of many competitors. Slight depth estimation artifacts can be seen around complex areas such as the subject’s hair in the example below, and although the blur effect is pleasant, simulated bokeh spotlights are a tad dull and would benefit from greater contrast. We also observed some white balance and target exposure instabilities when using the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s portrait mode over consecutive shots.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, portrait mode
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, crop: slight depth estimation errors
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, portrait mode
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, crop: better subject separation
Google Pixel 5, portrait mode
Google Pixel 5, crop: excellent subject separation

Under low-light conditions generally and in our night photography evaluation, we found the Mi 10T Pro 5G to have very limited dynamic range, leading to highlight and shadow clipping in dark scenes. You can see in the nightscape below, shot with the flash turned off, the lit sign in the Mi 10T Pro 5G example shows significant highlight clipping compared to the output from the Mi 10 Pro and the Pixel 5. Target exposure is also a bit low shooting night portraits in flash-auto mode, and artifacts including hue shift near saturation, flare, and color quantization are visible in both flash-auto and flash-off modes on the Mi 10T Pro 5G.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, flash-off, very limited dynamic range
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, flash-off, improved dynamic range
Google Pixel 5, flash-off, good dynamic range

The quality of the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s preview image is a nice strength, with the display providing a reliable representation for exposure, detail, and noise. It’s not quite as successful in portrait mode, where differences in the depth-of-field effect and unnatural looking spotlights effects were observed, but it’s better on standard shots. As for zoom smoothness, some focusing instabilities are also evident when pinch-zooming between the device’s main and ultra-wide modules.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G preview: reliable image for exposure, noise and detail
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G final image

We deducted points from the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s score for ghosting, flare, and face rendering artifacts, which are often evident in high dynamic scenes. We observed some quite serious ghosting artifacts in very challenging backlit scenes, and at close inspection the low detail and unnatural rendering of skin tones on the subject is a little disappointing.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, artifacts
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, crop, ghosting

The Zoom score is a combination of a device’s ultra-wide and tele-lens scores, and the Mi 10T Pro 5G doesn’t really excel for either.

While its dedicated ultra-wide module ensures fairly respectable target exposure and color, inconsistent HDR activation results in limited dynamic range, with both highlight and shadow clipping in many examples. The level of detail is also fairly low in wide shots, especially towards the outer field, and noise is usually visible in all of the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s ultra-wide shots.

We also observed many common wide-angle artifacts such as color fringing and geometric distortion, as well as color quantization in indoor ultra-wide shots. In the best examples, the 13 mm-equivalent lens delivers a great field of view, and both target exposure and color are also good. However, the low level of detail and loss of sharpness in the corners, color fringing along contrast edges, and hue shift in the sky mean that the Mi 10T Pro 5G doesn’t really challenge the best ultra-wide options we’ve tested.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, ultra-wide: slight geometric distortion
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, ultra-wide: good geometric distortion correction
Google Pixel 5, ultra-wide: slight geometric distortion

In our tele-lens analysis, the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s zoom shots deliver mostly accurate white balance and particularly good skin tone rendering in both indoor and outdoor shots. As you can see in the example below, although color is a little desaturated, the overall effect is pleasant with more faithful skin tones on the portrait compared to the other devices. Target exposures in zoom shots are also mainly accurate outdoors, but again, limited dynamic range often leads to highlight clipping in challenging lighting, and sometimes exposure is a bit low in both indoor and low-light zoom shots.

When relying on a digital zoom crop from the main camera to achieve shots with a greater equivalent focal length, there’s also a visible loss of detail in all of the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s zoom shots. It’s best to stick to close-range magnifications as a result, as there is a noticeable deterioration in detail, as well as an increase in noise and artifacts in all lighting conditions when you push the zoom a little further.

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, 50 mm-equivalent zoom
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G, crop: acceptable detail
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, 50 mm-equivalent zoom
Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro, crop: excellent detail
Google Pixel 5, 50 mm-equivalent zoom
Google Pixel 5, crop: low detail

The Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro 5G delivers a very good video performance, achieving similar results to the Mi 10 Pro and the Mi 10 Ultra models, and only fractionally behind the very best devices in our database.

Exposure isn’t a key strength for the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s videos, however, with slightly limited dynamic range often leading to highlight clipping in bright outdoor scenes and slight underexposure of dark areas both indoors and in low light. Target exposures weren’t quite as bright as those from the Mi 10 Pro in our lab video exposure measurements either, although brightness was consistent in a variety of simulated conditions, with acceptable results above 40L* recorded in all conditions between 5 and 1000 lux.

Video exposure comparison

Color rending in the Mi 10T Pro 5G’s videos also remains pleasant most of the time, with accurate white balance in outdoor and indoor conditions, although expect to see a yellow/orange color cast in some low-light videos shot under artificial light sources.

The level of detail is also high in most videos, with broadly similar results to the Mi 10 Pro. The Mi 10T Pro 5G recorded exceptional texture rendering with over 90% acutance in 4K video files in both indoor (100 lux) and outdoor (1000 lux). Details are sometimes lost in low-light videos, but with around 80% acutance recorded at 5 lux, it’s really only in extreme low-light conditions when lack of detail starts to become a problem.

Video texture comparison

Noise is similarly well controlled in most tested conditions, and we see a much closer texture-versus-noise compromise when comparing the Mi 10T Pro 5G and Mi 10 Pro video files than we did with stills. Again, it’s good down to low-light conditions of 5 lux.

Video noise comparison

Video autofocus is something of an area for improvement, however. Unnecessary refocusing isn’t uncommon and focus is not always on the main subject, especially when trying to track a subject either indoors or in low light. The Mi 10T Pro 5G’s stabilization system is fairly efficient in controlling motion effects. Stabilization performance is best under indoor and outdoor lighting conditions, but in low light we saw a noticeable difference in sharpness between frames. Finally, some artifacts such as color fringing, color quantization, and ghosting can be seen, especially in low-light videos, but still and all the Mi 10T Pro 5G delivers fairly solid video performance overall. 

Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, accurate exposure but some highlight clipping
Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro, accurate exposure but some highlight clipping
Google Pixel 5, better highlight detail and saturation

Conclusion

The Mi 10T Pro 5G heralds something of a return to Xiaomi’s roots of delivering mid-range smartphones with a number of impressive features. Its high-end processor, 144 Hz display, and 108 MP Quad-Bayer sensor will be big draws for consumers after a high-performance device at a more affordable price point than a full-fledged flagship. Of course, savings have to be made somewhere and so Xiaomi ditched the tele-lens module found on the Mi 10 Pro and the Mi 10 Ultra. As a result, this latest T variant isn’t on the same level for zoom shots, instead relying on digital zoom, but you still get a respectable ultra-wide camera for cramming more scene into the frame.

The main camera is also very competent outdoors and indoors, which will satisfy the main demands of most users, and the Mi 10T Pro 5G delivers nice videos, too. In summary, this model isn’t quite on par with Xiaomi’s best camera phones, which deliver better low-light and zoom performance, but it certainly holds its own in the mid-range segment. 


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