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Redmi K20 Pro camera on par with Google Pixel 3 – DxOMark

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Resource DxOMark made an assessment of the rear camera smartphone Redmi K20 Pro. The flagship of the Chinese manufacturer is located in the ranking between Google Pixel 3 and iPhone XR with a total score of 102 points.

The smartphone received 108 points for the photo: DxOMark experts called the camera highly productive in all tests without obvious flaws. Color reproduction is good in all conditions, although occasionally there is insufficient saturation and a light pink tint. Autofocus in case of occasional failures and unstable operation in most scenarios works exactly.

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When shooting in low light conditions, the K20 Pro “excellently” controls noise and white balance, but when using optical zoom, strong noises and loss of detail are noticeable. Bokeh mode does its job.

When shooting a video for which the Redmi K20 Pro was awarded 89 points, color reproduction is good only when recording on the street: there was instability in the room. Detailing is one of the weak points of the video on the K20 Pro, but noise reduction works efficiently.

The stabilization system does not very well resist movement when walking or shaking hands, and the autofocus system quickly works out and adapts to new conditions.

The Redmi K20 Pro has a triple rear camera with a primary sensor of 48 megapixels (f / 1.75), a telephoto lens of 8 megapixels (f / 2.4) and an ultra-wide 13 megapixel sensor (f / 2.4).

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