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DxOMark: Xiaomi 14's camera gets 3rd spot in Premium ranking and 28th for Global!

Just weeks after its Global debut, Xiaomi 14 receives the verdict of the DxOMark camera benchmark.
DxOMark: Xiaomi 14's camera gets 3rd spot in Premium ranking and 28th for Global!
The phone's cameras

Xiaomi 14 shows improvement in DxOMark rankings!

To recall, Xiaomi 14 features a high-end camera system in the form of a 50MP f/1.6 Light Fusion 900 image sensor with Leica Vario-Summilux lens, Hyper OIS + 50MP Leica floating telephoto sensor + 50MP f/2.2 Samsung JN1 with Leica ultra-wide sensor.

According to DxOMark, the phone scored 138 points overall in camera and received a Silver rating this year 2024.

Below is the breakdown of scoring:

Photo - 137 points
Bokeh - 55 points
Preview - 73 points
Zoom - 134 points
Video - 138 points

DxOmark says it ranks 3rd in the Premium category for phones priced at USD 600-800. Apple iPhone 15 gets the 2nd and Google Pixel 8 for the top spot.

For its "Pros", the benchmark firm commented the Xiaomi 14 has accurate target exposure in all tested scenarios, fairly neutral white balance in all tested conditions, high detail preservation in photo and video mode, a low level of noise in photo mode, retains a high level of details when using tele mode.
The DxOMark rating
The DxOMark rating

For its "Cons," DxOMark says its exposure adaptation issues are usually spotted in the video in most tested scenarios, low contrast on faces under bright light and backlit conditions.

In its video mode, the device has visible noise in low-light areas, while artifacts like flare and ghosting are present in the photo mode.

Finally, the firm claimed the Xiaomi 14 has shown improvements in image quality, particularly in video, when compared to the previous gen Xiaomi 13 thanks to the hardware improvements like having a bigger sensor and aperture.

What do you guys think? Is Xiaomi getting the hang of using Leica imaging technology?

You may also check our team's initial shots taken and the unboxing.

Source: DxOMark

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