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I have been itching to do. We'Ve got the. I guess, king of Chinese smartphones, a huawei flagship, the p40 pro versus the phone that's, trying to take all of huawei sales outside of man and china. Now that Huawei doesn't have Google these Xiaomi me ten Pro they both have higher megapixel main image. Sensors. The ultra wired on the Huawei device, is different, though it is used for video, and so you do get a wider angle on that video camera. I will show you that more in depth in a minute, but I'm super excited to test the ultra high cameras, the main cameras and, of course, Huawei, has that five x, telephoto zoom, the me 10 Pro giving us a 2 x and a what they call a 5 x, but not really 5 x, telephoto zoom as well anyway xiaomi. So we can get 10 x, hybrid zoom, which is basically their way of saying that up to 10 times zoom on the camera in photo anyway, you should be getting some good results. Can'T wait to test some pictures out, but just look at the difference. Look how close the me 10 is to the sign, whereas the kwame phone appears further away from these objects that's, because the qua weight defaults to recording video on the ultra wide camera to show you the difference here. I'Ve got the me 10 pro filming this scene and now look when i switched to the huawei device.
You can see just how wider the angle is you get more in the shot when you're recording video? Yes, you can record video on the ultra wide on the me 10 Pro as well, but it does not default to that and the quality is different, but let's just test the zoom out. So this is one x moving into five times zoom, which is an option on both of the cameras and then 10 times zoom, which is an option on the highway. You have to hold down the button and zoom into 10 times on the me 10 Pro, but man Wow. These are really close. I was expecting a bigger difference. The sign looks really crisp and clear on both in 10 times zoom and look at the background and the trees. I feel like it's a little bit dark on the Xiaomi, whereas the exposure is maybe a little bit better on the Huawei device, but in terms of crispness and clarity, wow, it's, really close and just another example of just how different the ultra wide cameras are on These two phones, first we're, going to look at the Xiaomi meat Pro with an ultra wide photo. You can look at the edges of the image there's a little bit of distortion because of the ultra wide lens. But if we switch to the huawei, you can see there's virtually no distortion. It looks like it was shot with a normal lens and not an ultra wide lens.
So I did notice that difference in photo between the two and let's test, the zoom out again, because I really want to see which one is going to give me a crisper image. This is 5 times zoom and then into 10 times. Zoom on the cameras, I think colors are a little bit richer on the me 10 Pro into 20 times zoom. I see the Huawei keeping a little bit more crispness and sharpness in the letters for sure this is 30 now and then into 50 times, oom a little bit sharper on the p40 Pro just, I think also. I think we get a little bit more detail and less noise on the p40 Pro, but both of these cameras are so impressive. Just look how far it was away from that sign, as we zoom back into the main camera lens is literally over there. I couldn't even see it with my own eyes. This photo illustrates the big difference between the two phones in how they expose blacks. You can see that the chamois phone wants to pump up any dark part of the image. I see this consistently in xiaomi phones, whereas the huawei device has exposed it much more, naturally, and much more accurately to what it was. This shot is more difficult to tell the difference between them, but I still think the Huawei has exposed those dark areas more. Naturally, when it comes to HDR for video, this is a really extreme example.
It was basically pitch black within this tunnel and then the outside was super bright, but as we get closer, I do see that the meat empro seems to have a better HDR solution here. The really bright part of the image is definitely not as blown out as it is on. The p40 pro photo is a different story, though, and I think the p40 Pro once again has captured more natural depth between highlights and lowlights and it's more accurate to this scene, as it actually was in real life. We are, of course, pixel peeping here, because really the differences overall are actually quite small between them. I think they both do a great job. Colors are slightly different, as you can see between the videos. So definitely, I think in video. The differences between the two phones are much smaller and I think the Huawei it just has a little bit more on the photo side when it comes to dynamic range and all of that magic. The highway seem to be able to conjure up when it comes to dynamic range in photos. The show me me temperately isn't, left behind, though, and it's really interesting, to see the differences of the meet empro with the snapdragon 865 processor and the Huawei with that amazing camera hardware and the Kiran 990 processor. I think all these images show that both phones are extremely capable of shooting, very good. Looking images this particular photo is yet another example of how the me 10 pushes up shadows and the Huawei device being more accurate to the scene and giving a more natural look with darker blacks.
This is a very low light conditions here, shot in normal mode and then switching now to night mode on the phones. You did see some slight differences in exposure. Both of the phones automatically shoot in a quasi night mode when there isn't enough light, as both of them did so. You didn't see a big difference between the exposures in this example and let's test. The high megapixel modes at 108, megapixels on the Xiaomi 50 odd megapixels on the highway notice once again how shadows and lowlights are overexposed on the Xiaomi device, let's zoom in 400. Onto these, I guess you could call them ironwork engravings the biggest differences I notice in the higher megapixel modes isn't in the resolution, but actually in the exposure. Yet another example of Xiaomi over exposing the blacks and the shadows. And so I feel like there's, more emotion in the Huawei picture, because there is some difference between the highlights and the lowlights in the image. But I guess once everything is compressed. The difference between 108 and 50 megapixel cameras isn't that big in terms of resolution moving to the selfie camera and Xiaomi. Please put stabilization on your front cameras. It just isn't acceptable in a phone that you're charging a thousand dollars for. Do you not have any form of stabilization? Definitely the Huawei in terms of stabilization richness of color is definitely one up on the chamois here. I don't think anyone can argue with that let's just test out the video and audio quality.
I don't think too much has changed between Xiaomi devices and huawei devices in terms of the actual camera. App functionality feels like far away, have put three main cameras on this phone. The ultra wide is for video, the main camera for photo and the five x telephoto records video as well, whereas on the xiaomi, you can record off the two x telephoto, but you have to choose it before you press record and you can't switch through them. So i just think in terms of the the apps and the functionality before it does take it there, but you can just choose for yourself what one you like in terms of the actual videos and photos they produce, plus the audio which i'm actually testing now, which One sounds better. Photos seems a much closer call, though i can't really tell you which one I prefer here. I just I both think they're about the same they're, quite good. They expose things well. The HDR has kicked in there's slightly different colors and a slightly different look in terms of the way that skin tones are reproduced, but I can tell you: HDR is super good on both of the phones. The background was so bright compared to the foreground here. So well done on both. I also think this example – and this was shot on the back camera on both of the phones – is really similar between them. Again, you can see the wider angle on the Huawei device.
The meet em Pro seems to be leaning towards. Maybe some red hues in the skin tones the Huawei may be a bit more natural and going towards more of a yellow hue. But you can see the other colors in the background, are exposed and have pretty much the same colors in the same way on both of the phones, the zoom options and camera apps are definitely different between the phones so, on the meet em probe, you have a Ultra wide one times, two times five times on the p40 probe ultra wide one times five times and ten times, so you have that 10 times option there, but of course you can zoom in further. You have to hold it down and slide in, but as a button and easy to press button, you've got that 10 times on the Huawei 5 times on the Xiaomi and when it comes to video as well in the phone's, the p40 Pro you can essentially press Video press record and thence between the lenses go to the ultra wide go to the five and a half times oom, which switches over to the main periscope zoom camera for video on the meet M Pro. You have to pick your lens press record and then you cannot change the lens after that. So if you choose the ultra wide, you can zoom in and out on the ultra wide by cropping into the sensor. But if you want to choose the main image sensor, you have to come out a video press, video record again and then you're on that sensor.
The whole time that's an advantage of the p40 Pro. For short, you just have to press record and you can switch between all the lenses just to show you how easy it is. Omni p40 Pro I'm just going to zoom in to ten times and then in video. You can go up to 15 times telephoto zoom and it tops out at six times telephoto zoom on the Xiaomi device, so another little advantage there for the p40 pro. Let me know what you think of stabilization between the two: they both have optical and electronic image. Stabilization but different processors, the Huawei p40 Pro definitely benefits from having that ultra wide camera and shooting off ultra high cameras just gives a natural advantage when it comes to stabilization in video and just to test out the zoom further. So we can see the real differences between the zoom ranges in both of the phones. As I said, the Xiaomi device only goes to six times and that's what we're on here on both of the phones, but you can zoom in to 15 times on the p40. Pro using that periscope zoom camera, so you get a longer range and I think it holds a lot of detail still remember on the Xiaomi device you're just cropping into that main sensor with any of the zoom that you take and let's just see how far away We were from those science they're a really long way away, so I think they both did a pretty good job in getting closer to those science, and I did test out the slo mo actually with the p40 Pro, I managed to get this shot.
If you can just make it out of a bird flying around, this is with their crazy, slow mo this believe it or not, is actually a bird flying, and you can see just about that. The wings are flapping.