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The P 30 Pro is the last Huawei flagship phone with Google services and right now soon to be replaced with the brand new P 40 series, which means this phone right now has incredible value. So how does the brand new Xiaomi me 10 Pro with the brand new flagship processor fare against the almost one year old, Huawei flagship, both recording in 4k for video. The biggest difference between the phones is that I think the Huawei allows the image to appear slightly more natural and real to what it was capturing actually on the scene, whereas the Xiaomi tends to process the image a little bit more and make it appear. Even more. Vibrant that it actually was in real life. I noticed that the Huawei phone is absolutely okay, with leaving some dark areas in the image, whereas Xiaomi tend to brighten everything up, including the dark areas, there's no right or wrong. In this situation, it's just which one you prefer and which one shall me and quietly prefer this illustrates my point perfectly Xiaomi are brightening up all of those dark areas, normal mode and night mode. Do have some differences, though this is normal mode. Switching to night mode. The phone's actually become very similar. Indeed, the phones also react to the scene in general, so if there are light and dark areas, Squa way is happy to leave the dark areas dark, but if the entire scene is dark, the Huawei will boost the image very similar to what Xiaomi does so.
Let'S put these zooms to the test. Actually, the Huawei has a 10x zoom button, which is quite convenient in the camera app the Xiaomi stops at 5x, but of course you can just zoom through on the slider to 10x, to the xiaomi. Doesn'T use a periscope zoom, whereas the p30 pro does, but it doesn't really matter what hardware you're using it matters about the results. So this is the main going through to 5x and, shall me say anything up to 10x zoom, which we see here is lossless, but then moving on, for example, to 20x we're. Seeing a lot of blur enter into both of the images further into 30x. The parking sign appears too far away for the text to be read and maxing out at 50 times, zoom, so really anything. Past 10 20 times is almost unusable, but into 10 times, like you see here, both of the phones offer some really good results. When it comes to video just notice the HDR, I would say that the Xiaomi colors again are a little bit more vibrant than the highways, but apart from a difference in color, actually the quality. The resolution is very good on both phones. Stabilization is also very good off the back camera on both phones. The Xiaomi me tempo does offer an 8k mode, but there's no stabilization in that so it's very difficult to recommend ever shooting in that, unless you're putting it on a tripod or maybe on a gimbal.
But 99 of people, when they use their phone are just going to point and shoot. I actually think the meet em Pro handles itself extremely well when it comes to dynamic range for video. Its colors definitely are more vibrant and a lot of people may like that over the more natural colors of the hallway, and actually I was quite surprised at the low light capabilities of the Xiaomi, especially when compared to a highway which are known for their low light. Imagery so let's compare them, whereas usually the Xiaomi boosts the image to make it brighter. Actually, when it comes to dark images and nighttime images, it seems like the roles have been reversed and Huawei is trying to brighten up everything, whereas Xiaomi is going for a much more contrast. Ii. Look the night mode on the Huawei, especially in photo, is really great. Really putting out a bright image but there's, something about that Xiaomi that's, just giving a really contrasting look, which i think is a little bit more striking. Definitely in these tests and these photos and videos, this may be down to the lenses that Xiaomi are using and it could be down to the new Snapdragon, 86 5 and it's image processing power. But this is how Xiaomi does tend to handle night mode its night mode shots, especially in photo or contrast II. The difference between these phones is very small, so actually I'm.