Xiaomi 12 Pro Review Camera, Charging & Display

The Xiaomi 12 series this year is different from the previous years. The Xiaomi 12 has developed into a small-screen flagship, while the Xiaomi 12 Pro has developed into an enhanced Mi 11. The look has also undergone drastic changes. Lei Jun, on the other hand, said, “We want to completely compete with the iPhone.” Can the Xiaomi Civic, which appears comparable to the Xiaomi 12 Pro, really inspire customers to spend more than $ 700 on it? 

It feels exactly the same as the Mi 11. Xiaomi’s logo area has been simplified. The rectangular lens module has a huge circle and multiple little circles, comparable to the Xiaomi Civic. The addition of a few lines across the design, on the other hand, provides the lens module with a more ordered appearance. 

Although the new color scheme appears to be more refreshing, the entire design lacks the charm of the Mi 11. I don’t want to suggest that the Xiaomi 12 Pro is unattractive; in fact, it is pretty attractive. It just doesn’t have the type of recognition that lets you know it’s Xiaomi’s current flagship. The frame design on the Xiaomi 12 Pro has been upgraded. It feels fantastic to handle because of the more curved frame and back curvature, as well as the smaller size. NFC, IR blaster, and an X-axis linear motor are all included. In terms of design, I believe the Xiaomi 12 Pro has done well enough. It looks beautiful, feels well in the hand, and is packed with functions. 

Display of Xiaomi 12 Pro

We all know that the Mi 11 has a fantastic display. On top of that, the Xiaomi 12 Pro’s screen has been updated. It employs Samsung’s E5 material and maintains the 1440P resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, Micro-Lens technology allows the Xiaomi 12 Pro to use less power. When it comes to efficiency, the Mi 12 Pro has a trick up its sleeve: second-generation LTPO technology. 

We all know that the 3,000mAh iPhone 13 Pro offers incredible battery life thanks to Promotion technology. And, like Promotion, this second-generation LTPO allows the Xiaomi 12 Pro’s screen refresh rate to alter flexibly between 1 and 120Hz. For example, if I swipe the screen, I can see that the refresh rate might change depending on the scroll speed. Although you can’t alter the refresh rate with the swiping speed in many non-Xiaomi apps, you can turn back to 10Hz when you stop. When watching films, you may choose between 30 and 60 frames per second, and when reading e-books, you can go as low as 1Hz. 

Performance & Gaming Of Xiaomi 12 Pro

This year, we should all be aware of how the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 performs. So, will Xiaomi be able to take down this fire dragon? I’m sorry, but Xiaomi has added a Speed mode option to the Developer choices this time. This option must be enabled if you wish to play the game at full strength with the greatest quality performance. Then go to Performance mode, then to Game mode, and then to High quality. 

Cameras of Xiaomi 12 Pro

The Xiaomi 12 Pro’s primary camera no longer uses Samsung’s sensor, instead choosing Sony’s newest 50MP IMX707 sensor. 

The colors are more vibrant and the contrast is stronger than previously on the 12 Pro, which is a shift from its previous tuning style. The sharpening algorithm, like those of other manufacturers, has been improved. Yes, Xiaomi has finally figured out how to gratify its customers when it comes to color. Finally, the photographs aren’t too dull. Most of the time, the performance is comparable to the Mi 11 Ultra at night. The most significant enhancement is in color reproduction. If the lighting is dim, the Mi 11 Ultra’s images will seem greenish, however, the Xiaomi 12 Pro’s will not. In addition, the algorithm for Night View mode has been considerably enhanced. The night mode wait time has been greatly decreased, with the added bonus of no fuzzy photographs. If you zoom in on a shot taken with the Mi 11 Ultra, you’ll notice that 5 seconds of night mode has blurred the image. The night view algorithm will also be activated if you return to auto mode. Even in night vision mode, the Xiaomi 12 Pro features a two-second wait time, resulting in glass photographs. Of course, it’s not as brilliant as the Mi 11 Ultra due to the shorter exposure time. 

Charging of Xiaomi 12 Pro

This is the first time Xiaomi has introduced the Surge P1 processor, which is included on the Xiaomi 12 Pro for the first time. This is a charging chip that enables the phone to charge at 120W with just one cell. Previously, 120W charging could only be found in dual-cell phones, which meant that the battery capacity of phones with 120W charging could not exceed 4500mAh. Xiaomi is ahead of the game when it comes to charging with the 4600mAh Xiaomi 12 Pro. For some reason, wireless charging can only deliver 50 watts. Of course, Xiaomi recognizes the high cost of 120W chargers, therefore they are included in the package. 


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