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Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro users will get the firmware which was used in DXOMark test on 5th March Via OTA

We all know that Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro has achieved the highest DXOMark score, but you should know that the firmware with which that test was done is different from the retail firmware. DXOMark has confirmed that they will do another camera test with commercially available firmware to cross-check the image quality and camera performance.

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro users will get the firmware which was used in DXOMark test on 5th March Via OTA

In the official Camera review post, DXOMark has confirmed that Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro users will be getting the firmware which was used in DXOMark test on 5th March Via OTA update. They, in that article, told and I quote” The Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro firmware version we tested will be provided by Xiaomi to mobile phone users through an online update (OTA) on March 5. The phone used for this test is a pre-production device. As we have always followed the rules, we will run another test using commercially available equipment to confirm that the image quality is the same.(translated from Chinese)

Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro was recently released in China and the device has achieved a score 124 in DXOMark camera test and dethroned Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G as the best camera smartphone. The Mi 10 Pro comes with a quad rear camera. The primary camera is 108MP sensor with f/1.69 aperture.

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