Xiaomi Mi 10: Samsung and Xiaomi successively released their first-quarter flagship phones. Coincidentally, both flagships are equipped with 100-megapixel lenses, referring to the Xiaomi 10 series and Galaxy S20 Ultra. Having said that, will the power of the two phones be similar? Is there a difference between the two CMOS?
Xiaomi Mi 10 equipped with ISOCELL Bright HMX cmos
According to the official introduction, Xiaomi Mi 10 is equipped with an ISOCELL Bright HMX 100-megapixel lens jointly customized with Samsung. Its size and area are 1 / 1.33 ″, and it improves the performance of night shooting by using the 4-in-1 pixel synthesis technology.
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Galaxy S20 Ultra with ISOCELL Bright HM1 cmos
The author mentioned earlier that the 100-megapixel lens used by the Galaxy S20 Ultra is not the ISOCELL Bright HMX sensor of Xiaomi Note 10, but a new generation of 108MP cmos ISOCELL Bright HM1, which is an upgraded version of HMX. Although the same size is 1 / 1.33 ″, the use of the industry’s most advanced Nonacell technology, that is, 9-in-1 compositing technology means that the Galaxy S20 Ultra will perform better in low-light environments.
Nonacell technology enables the Galaxy S20 Ultra to achieve a composite of 9 pixels into 1, and after synthesis and a single-pixel area of 2.4μm 12 million pixels output, greatly improving the performance of mobile phone low-light shooting. In other words, Nonacell technology is an enhanced version of Tetracell, and the amount of light input is more than double the latter.
Of course, will the shooting performance of the Galaxy S20 Ultra be much better than that of the Xiaomi 10 Pro? Further testing is needed, but it is undeniable that a 100-megapixel lens can definitely bring better shooting performance to the phone.