Now Weibo’s informant Digital Chat Station has claimed that Xiaomi’s budget-driven sub-brand also has a phone with a 50MP camera in the works. According to the machine translation, the next Chinese version of the Redmi Note 10 Pro will not use this camera.
Omnivision’s sensor also boasts 100% phase-detection autofocus coverage, a one-micron pixel size, offset HDR, and pixel shots comparable to a 12.5-megapixel camera. to two microns. The pixel size in particular is smaller than Samsung’s 50MP sensors, but larger than the Mi 11’s 108MP main camera and the Redmi Note 10’s 48MP shooter. We are nonetheless happy to see companies taking a “less clever” approach. ‘is more’ for megapixels, because larger pixels generally equate to better low-light shots.
For what it’s worth, our own Eric Zeman thought that the Redmi Note 10 Pro, totaling 108 MP, offered nice pictures for the price, but it couldn’t match the Pixel 4a. So it looks like there is room for improvement for this upcoming Redmi device.