Xiaomi’s, smartphone lineup is getting more and more confused.. The Mi 9T Pro was just a rename of the Redmi K20 Pro, but its successor, the Mi 10T Pro, is a completely new device with a design that differs from the rest of the line.. It is more of a flagship with hardware similar to others that we tested from the brand.. You may already be lost in front of so many Xiaomi releases, but TudoCelular will help you showing the pros and cons of the Mi 10T Pro. And if it is more interesting than the regular Mi 10., The Mi 10T Pro may not be the most advanced phone from Xiaomi, but it is nonetheless premium with its metal body and glass back.. The Mi 9T Pro’s pop up camera gave way to the traditional punch hole which is located in the left corner. The rear is the one that draws the most attention, not because it has a gradient or chromatic effect, but because of the cameras that are quite mugged and the main one is much larger than the others.. There is no explanation for this and it seems that everything is just an aesthetic appeal, not to mention that the Mi 10T Pro has only three cameras, so one of the holes is just there to complete the quotdomino piecequot.. The curved rear and smooth glass make the Mi 10T Pro slippery., Because it is a large device. It will be difficult to handle it with just one hand, but Xiaomi sends in the box a protective case that has the brand name stamped and ends up overshadowing the beauty of the device.

. The biometric reader has left the screen and is now incorporated into the power button on the right.. The infrared emitter is present on the top of the device. In other technologies. We have evolved in the version of wi, fi and Bluetooth and, to top it off, there is now support for 5G internet.. However, the biggest leap is on the screen: Xiaomi swapped, the OLED panel for an LCD which may seem like a setback for some, but the refresh rate jumped from 60 to 144 Hz.. Perhaps the biggest weakness of the panel chosen by Xiaomi be at maximum brightness. It is sufficient for a good experience in places with strong lighting, but against the sun. It can be a little miserable.. The contrast level is high enough to produce saturated colors and a good black level. Calibration by default is set to cool tones which turns bluish white.. You can easily fix this in the screen. Settings. Now let’s get to the point that really matters. The screen refresh rate., The Mi10T Pro, has a feature called smart adaptive, sync, which synchronizes the screen speed with the displayed content, something like what we have on the Galaxy Note: 20 Ultra, but here it switches between speeds, 30, 48, 50, 60, 90 and 144 Hz., The Mi 10T Pro also has a MEMC chip for image interpolation. The same type of feature you find on the best TVs. Videos recorded at 24 fps, which are mostly series and movies, will be interpolated to 48 fps to match the 48 Hz mode of the screen and have the best fluidity with low battery consumption.

. This feature works streaming applications also, video files located in the device’s memory. HDR10 is supported for videos on YouTube and Netflix.. When you are viewing static content, the Mi 10T Pro reduces the screen speed to 50 Hz to help save battery. The Mi 9T Pro sinned by not having a double speaker for stereo sound, a problem that was finally fixed in the successor.. The sound power is at the level of the Mi 10. However, the audio is less balanced and lacks more bass.. Still, you will have a good music experience without sound distortion at maximum volume.. The Mi 10T Pro features the same hardware as the Mi 10, and that includes the Snapdragon 865, with 8 GB of RAM.. In our speed test focused on multitasking, we had different results in both with the Mi 10 being more agile in opening applications and games.. It is clear that Xiaomi has done more to optimize its flagship software. Already in benchmarks. The Mi 10T Pro managed to surpass its brother in some tests and in AnTuTu we had a small advantage in the score. 580 thousand points will really excite many, but we have seen others beat that, like the Motorola Edge, This is another Xiaomi phone great for gamers.. He managed to run all the games we tested in maximum graphic quality and without gagging. Don’t expect to see many games taking full advantage of the panel’s 144 Hertz.. There are still few titles that run above 60 fps on Android, but that could change soon with the increasing adoption of mobile phones with screens with a high update rate.

. The battery has increased 1000 mAh from the last generation to the new. In an attempt to deal with the bigger and faster screen.. The bad news is that the autonomy has dropped by an average of 10, and that is the price to have a better fluidity with the animations of the system. The good news is that the autonomy is sufficient for a whole day of moderate use. Even if you abuse it more of the device with several videos and games, it will still be possible to leave the house in the morning and return at night with a little load.. Xiaomi did not skimp on the charger and we have a powerful accessory that delivers. A maximum of 33 watts. This makes the Mi 10T Pro’s battery go from 0 to 100 in just over an hour just over an hour.. If you need to give an extra charge at the end of the day, you will have an average of 20 recovered in 15 minutes in the socket.. On the software side, there is nothing new. The Mi 10T Pro is running Android 10 and the MIUI 12 interface.. The combination of Snapdragon 865 with lots of memory ensures that the device is agile in any task and without any choking.. If you’ve already received MIUI 12 on your Xiaomi, you may have noticed that the Chinese interface is increasingly similar to iOS. And since the Mi 10T Pro screen is not OLED. There is no Always On Display to display hours and notifications when the screen is off.

. Dark theme is still supported, even if it doesn’t help save battery.. The biometric reader is fast and efficient. You can configure it to read your fingerprint by touching your finger or just when you press the power button which will prevent accidental, unlocking while holding the device. The camera set of the Mi 10T. Pro is similar to that of the Mi 10, and this includes a 180 MP sensor as the main one that comes with an Ultra Wide camera and one dedicated for macro.. Only the depth sensor was left out, but the device uses its other cameras to generate the blur effect.. The main camera compresses 4 pixels in one, as we saw in others, with a 108 MP sensor. But it ends up cutting the edges of the images which results in a final file of 25 MP and not 27 as expected.. It is good for those who enjoy photos in a wider format.. If you want, you can use the maximum resolution and have photos in a conventional format, but you will not gain more clarity in the photos and will have more space occupied in memory. In general. The Mi 10T Pro does not reach the level of the Mi 10, but is capable of recording detailed images with colors close to reality and few visible noise in illuminated scenarios. Indoors. There is a drop in sharpness with greater smoothness at the edges of the photos, and the noise is more apparent. Even in daytime catches.

. Using the maximum resolution helps a little in these cases.. The Mi 10T Pro does not have a camera with a telephoto lens, but the advantage of having a sensor with such a high resolution is that you can use the digital zoom without having a sharp loss in quality.. Of course, the more zoom you use the worse. The photo will be, but still it is better than other top of the line. Cameras with low resolution. Don’t expect exemplary performance with the Ultra Wide camera. It records smoother photos even on sunny days.. At least the colors do not deviate from what we saw with the main lens and the lens correction. Software does its job well.. Now, if you want to shoot at night with this camera, forget it with the main one: youll still have decent photos, but night mode, doesnt help that much.. This is where you will see the biggest limitation of the Mi 10T Pro when shooting. The macro camera has auto focus to give greater freedom when recording small details.. The photos have good sharpness, colors and contrast.. Xiaomi is one of the few that takes this type of camera seriously and even its intermediaries record good macro photos., Even without a dedicated camera for blurring. We have good pictures with the Mi 10T Pro.. The cropping is well done and the intensity of the portrait effect is great.. The blurring with the front is also convincing and has few flaws around the person being photographed and if you are the type who likes montages when creating several versions of yourself in the same photo, there is a quotclonequot option that is in the quotmorequot tab, the camera.

. It presents a quick guide on how to use the feature and the result is quite interesting.. The front camera has its mistakes and successes. It is capable of recording good selfies. As long as there is no strong, backlight HDR fails to compensate for light balance and contrast will be sacrificed.. At night we have a considerable loss of sharpness which results in selfies below other flagships that we tested in 2020.. Still they serve to be published on social networks.. The camcorder records at 8K at 30 FPS with the main and 4K with the ultra wide. Filming, is great in terms of details. Colors and contrast. Stabilization is efficient and completely eliminates shaking, and we have smooth videos when recorded in Full HD.. The front also has good stabilization that greatly reduces the shaking common in most cell phones.. Ultra wide is no longer exciting. It records less detail and distorts colors. At least don’t lose out on stabilization.. The audio capture has good quality, but it could better control. Wind noise., The Mi 10T Pro brings good advances compared to its predecessor and shows that Xiaomi has been doing more in its affordable flagships. It does not quite match the Mi 10 in performance battery and cameras, so know that this one was made to be a slightly inferior product, but what about rivals from other brands? Well, he can’t compete against the Galaxy Note, 20 Ultra and even the S20 FE.. It stays below on cameras.

. The Motorola Edge would be the main alternative, with Snapdragon 865 with similar performance and better battery and comes out cheaper.. The Mi 10T Pro officially arrived in Brazil for R 8000. That’s. The price of a top of the line, iPhone or Galaxy. Is all this worth. It stands out for having a 144 Hz screen, something you don’t find in Samsung’s rival, much less in the Apple models that are still stuck at 60 Hz.. Its performance is great. The battery lasts well and recharges fast, but could have better cameras for the price charged. If you decide to import it, you will pay almost half, which makes the purchase more interesting. But even so it will be more advantageous to invest in the Mi 10, which can be found in the gray market for almost the same price and has a better set. Overall., You will lose the 144 Hz screen, but in return you will have a 90 Hz Amoled screen with better image, quality and stronger brightness. And, of course we help. You find the best deals on all models mentioned in this review.. Just access the links below. Take the opportunity to comment on what you think of the changes in relation to the Mi 9T Pro..