Like its predecessor, Xiaomi is also focusing on the main camera of the 12T Pro, which now has 200 MP. The Samsung ISOCELL HP1, with its huge 16,384 x 12,288 pixel resolution, performs very well in tests, at least in sufficient light. As usual for this price range, the main camera comes with optical image stabilization and a large f/1.69 aperture. We took a Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra for a quick comparison, which is based on the older 108-megapixel ISOCELL HM3 sensor.
In broad daylight, the photos are very rich in contrast and detail thanks to the Samsung 200 MP image sensor (ISOCELL HP1). Subjects are rendered rather coldly and are also subjected to less post-sharpening than with the competition. Especially in terms of white value, the 12T Pro is much closer to reality than the Galaxy S22 Ultra. However, Xiaomi’s high-end phone still has exposure deficits. In addition, the level of sharpness is not always convincing. The Chinese manufacturer must make some improvements here.
Sharpness doesn’t really improve at night with the 12T Pro. Detail is often lost in blur and we also see room for improvement in the brightness level.
Our test of the Xiaomi 12T Pro reveals a powerful high-end smartphone with an interesting strength-weakness profile. Are you interested in a high-end smartphone and fast charging speeds? Then read our in-depth Xiaomi smartphone review for a more detailed look at the Xiaomi 12T Pro. You can also find out where Xiaomi made cuts to its flagship killer here.
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