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Xiaomi Mi note 3 Camera Scored 90 Points in DxOMark Camera Test, beats iPhone 8, Google Pixel, iPhone 7 Plus

Xiaomi’s midrange smartphone MI note 3 tops the list of DxOMark camera test and beats expensive flagship devices including iPhone 8, Google Pixel and iPhone 7 plus.

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Every year Xiaomi launches large range of smartphone devices and fans always struggles to find right balance of camera and it’s performance. But, yesterday DxOMark which is popular benchmark ratings platform of cameras published camera performance report of MI Note 3. As per DxOMark report Xiaomi’s MI Note 3 camera has better performance than some of the prime smartphone devices.

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Xiaomi’s MI Note 3 scored 94 points in photo and 82 points in video recording department and made overall 90 points. Xiaomi’s Mi Note 3 is the first device which make into top DxOMark list. MI Note 3 was launched in September 2017 along with Mi 6 device. According to DxOMark Mi Note 3’s camera provides fast and accurate auto focus and incredible zoom capabilities which is ahead of flagship devices including Google Pixel, HTC U11, Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 Plus.

Xiaomi’s Note 3 not just beat big brands but also managed to enter in the list of best 10 performing camera phones. DxOMark lab also said that Mi Note 3’s camera has the capability to click photos with effective noise reduction in various lighting conditions. It has impressive dual camera which captures amazing bokeh effect shots.

Xiaomi’s MI Note 3 device has a dual camera set up where main camera is equipped with wide angle 27mm f/1.8 lens and the secondary camera has 52mm f/2.6 lens for 2x optical zoom. MI Note 3 has 5.5” inch display, Snapdragon 660 processor, 6 GB Ram and comes with 2 storage variants 64GB and 128 GB.

Here are some Pros and Cons of Xiaomi MI Note 3 camera as per DxOMark Lab

Pros

  • Autofocus is fast, repeatable and accurate
  • Generally accurate test chart exposures in the lab
  • Good zoom capabilities
  • Nice bokeh simulation effect
  • Effective noise reduction in most lighting conditions

Cons

  • Fine details are lost in low light
  • Visible noise in homogenous and shadow areas in bright light
  • Some visible color casts

Here are some clicks take from Xiaomi Mi Note 3 smartphone

DxOMark Lab’s Best 15 Camera Smartphone

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