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Xiaomi 11T Pro is the next flagship of the Xiaomi 11 series (formerly Mi 11). It possesses the leading high-end hardware configuration in the Android market and is aimed at serving users with many different purposes.
But not only strong hardware, Xiaomi 11T Pro also has a powerful shooting system. It borrows its rear camera setup from the Mi 11i and has a 108MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, and a 5MP remote shooter. An LED flash is also around.
System of lenses
Xiaomi 11T Pro has the main lens using Samsung ISOCELL HM2 1/1.52″ 108MP sensor with 0.7µm pixels and f/1.75 7P lens. The color filter is Nona-Bayer, that is, 9 sensor pixels are combined. 2.1µm into a single 2.1µm and the default output resolution is 12MP PDAF is available, although optical stabilization is not available.The camera supports Night Mode.
The ultra-wide lens uses an 8MP Sony IMX355 sensor behind an f/2.2 lens. The focus is fixed at infinity. Night mode is also supported on the ultra-wide camera.
The macro lens is based on the Samsung S5K5E9 1/5″ 5MP sensor with 1.12µm pixels behind the 50mm f/2.4 lens. Autofocus is available on this camera and it works from as far as 3 cm. up to 7 cm.
The front lens uses a 16MP 1/3.06″ OmniVision OV16A1 sensor with 1.0µm pixels and a Quad-Bayer filter. The sensor is behind a fixed-focal f/2.4 aperture lens.
Camera interface to take pictures
The camera interface is a pretty simple implementation. The basic operation is to change the mode of operation with side swipes (on the black border!) And you can also tap the modes you can see to go directly to them. Swiping up and down doesn’t work to switch between front and rear cameras; only the switch next to the shutter button does that.
Whether you are a user who does not care about image quality or a professional photography on the phone, Xiaomi 11T Pro can bring certain effects.
The main camera of Xiaomi 11T Pro produces photos with a resolution of 12MP by default. In daylight photos have enough detail to be resolved, dynamic range is excellent (HDR auto not enabled), contrast is good, and colors appear to be accurate. Noise does not exist on all images.
In a nutshell, the 12MP photos are solid and look great whether you’re exploring them on a phone or computer screen, but they’re a bit different from the real thing by software intervention.
The Zoom lens works quite well especially in the 2x range, the resolution of the image is quite good and the colors are vibrant.
For portraits, the quality of the machine is quite good, but the skin color is a bit pale.
When shooting macro, the machine can focus quite close and produce relatively high image quality without having to tweak too much.
Low light photo
Xiaomi 11T Pro uses a 2-second exposure in the night scene. Unique balance, excellent sharpness, rich details in night photography, true color saturation and very well cleaned noise. Highlights developed across most of the scene, and shadows were not all unusually bright. This is partly due to optical image stabilization.
One weakness of the Xiaomi 11T Pro is that it takes night shots with the wide-angle lens not so great. The image is quite dark and has a lot of noise as well as slightly pale colors.
The Xiaomi 11T Pro has a 16MP Quad-Bayer camera that saves 16MP full-resolution photos instead of the expected 4MP. This results in soft selfies. Sharpness is acceptable, noise is acceptable, and selfies have good color and contrast. Plus, the photo colors look pretty amazing on the phone’s screen.
The machine can erase the background quite well with a smooth background effect and it is difficult to recognize the border to remove the font with the subject.
Basically, the Xiaomi 11T Pro is a not-so-excellent photography smartphone on the market. Its image quality is at the acceptable level in daytime conditions and a bit weak in night photography.
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