Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra Display test : Problematic video and artifacts
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra first came out in August 2020. To date, we at DXOMARK have had time to test only its rear camera performance so far (though we expect to publish results for selfie soon). In this review, we present a summary of our test results for the Mi 10 Ultra’s display.
Key display specifications:
- 6.67-inch OLED screen, 19.5:9 aspect ratio
- Small notch top left corner
- Resolution: 1080 x 2340 px, screen pixel density: 386 ppi
- Refresh rate: 120 Hz
- Battery: 4500 mAh
About DXOMARK Display tests: For scoring and analysis in our smartphone and other display reviews, DXOMARK engineers perform a variety of objective and perceptual tests under controlled lab and real-life conditions. This article highlights the most important results of our testing. Note that we evaluate display attributes using only the device’s built-in display hardware and default apps. (For in-depth information about how we evaluate smartphone and other displays, check out our articles, “How DXOMARK tests display quality” and “A closer look at DXOMARK Display testing.”)
Sub-scores and attributes included in the calculations of the global score.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra
Please be aware that beyond this point, we have not modified the initial test results. While data and products remain fully comparable, you might encounter mentions and references to the previous scores.
With an overall score of 73, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra lands in the bottom half of our display rankings thus far, pulled way down by a low score in our video tests. (Only its gaming cousin, the Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro, did worse.) The Mi 10 Ultra had only middling scores for readability; happily, it tied for second place with the Oppo Find X2 Pro for color; it was somewhat off the pace for both motion and touch; but despite good handling of aliasing, it came in dead last overall for artifacts.
Let’s take a closer look at the specifics of the Mi 10 Ultra’s performance in our new Display protocol tests.
Analyses and comparisons
The DXOMARK Display overall score of 73 for the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is derived from its scores across six categories: readability, color, video, motion, touch, and artifacts. In this section, we’ll take a closer look at these display quality sub-scores and explain what they mean for the user, and we will compare the Mi 10 Ultra’s performance in several areas against three of its principal competitors, the OnePlus 8 Pro, the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, and the Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro.
DXOMARK uses the device’s gallery app to show static (still image) content when measuring the device’s display for brightness, contrast, gamma, and blue light impact, etc.
The most important aspect of a display is how readable it is in various ambient lighting situations. Ideally, a user whose phone automatically adjusts display brightness should rarely if ever have to change the settings manually to make it bright enough to see properly (or to make it dim enough in nighttime conditions to make it comfortable to read).
First off, the Mi 10 Ultra’s display is quite dark for good readability in low-light conditions. This said, it is quite good in indoor conditions, even though the screen could be brighter, and while it is too dark in the shade, it can be easily read under direct sunlight.
Below you can see the relationship between brightness and contrast on the Mi 10 Ultra and its competitors under different lighting conditions. Note that when contrast decreases, it is due to the ambient light reflected by the device — the more intense the ambient light, the lower the device’s contrast, unless it can compensate by providing more luminance.
In indoor conditions (as in the comparison shots below), the Mi 10 Ultra display (first on the left) is darker than the OnePlus and the Samsung, but still readable, even though the details in the dark parts of the image are somewhat harder to see. By contrast, all such details in dark areas are entirely lost in the Black Shark 3 Pro’s rendering on the far right:
Indoor brightness, from left to right: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
In the photo array below, though, even the Black Shark is easier to read than the Mi 10 Ultra in the shade in bright outdoor conditions:
Outdoor brightness in shade, from left to right: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
Under direct sunlight (as in the shots below), the Mi 10 Ultra and OnePlus 8 Pro show good detail; the Note20 Ultra is much darker; and once again the Black Shark is nearly unreadable:
Outdoor brightness in full sun, from left to right: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
The Mi 10 Ultra takes too much time when responding to both rising and falling light levels, but it does both quite smoothly.
As is the case to some degree for all smartphone displays, the Mi 10 Ultra display loses some brightness and contrast when viewed at an angle. (Note that you can click on any of the device names in the chart below to select or deselect them so you can see their individual results and/or compare one or more at a time as you wish.)
In our perceptual tests, the Black Shark is clearly darker than the others in the on-axis photos below; and while Mi 10 Ultra (first on left) is a tad darker than the OnePlus and Samsung devices, it is still easily readable:
On-axis brightness, from left to right: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
Viewed at an angle of 45°, the Mi 10 Ultra is still quite readable despite a noticeable drop in luminance and contrast, which contributes to a loss of detail:
Brightness at 45°, from left to right: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
As for night viewing, the Mi 10 Ultra is quite dark for low-light conditions, as seen below:
Blue light filter off, from left to right: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
over, it is still too dim when the BLF feature is on:
Blue light filter on, from left to right: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
DXOMARK uses the device’s gallery app to show static (still image) content when measuring the device’s display for white point, gamut, uniformity, color fidelity, and blue light filter impact, etc.
At 80 points, the Mi 10 Ultra tied for second in color with the Oppo Find X2 Pro in our rankings so far, with both devices just one point above the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G at 79, but a ways behind the frontrunner, the OnePlus 8 Pro at 88 points.
The Mi 10 Ultra showed very good color both indoors…
Indoor color, from left to right: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
…and outdoors (the Mi 10 Ultra’s colors were slightly washed out, but still acceptable for the lighting conditions):
Outdoor color, from left to right: Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, OnePlus 8 Pro, Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro
As we touched on in the readability section above, the Mi 10 Ultra’s display brightness is not uniform across the screen, with a brighter spot in the lower half of the device (left side in landscape mode below) and along the edges. But color is not uniform, either, as you can see in the example below:
Official Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra Teardown Video Reveal Inner Structure
Last week, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra was officially released, priced from 5,299 yuan, has been on sale for a wave, 10 minutes sales exceeded 400 million yuan, a remarkable achievement.
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Under open the back cover, what comes to your eyes is the NFC antenna and wireless charging coil, that is, the coil that supports 50W wireless fast charging, 40 minutes can 4500mAh battery charge to 100%.
Removal of the wireless coil, is the equivalent of 4500mAh butterfly double string battery, occupying one-third of the internal space, also makes the machine supports 120W wired fast-charge, 23 minutes from zero to 100.
Then camera module, also occupies a lot of internal space, from top to bottom to 48-megapixel periscope lens (IMX586, 120X zoom), 12-megapixel portrait lens (f/2.0, 1/2.55 inches), 48-megapixel main camera (OV48C, 1/1.32inch), 20MP ultra-wide angle lens (f/2.2, 128° equivalent 12mm focal length).
There is also a large piece of internal thermal conductive graphite, as well as a large area VC liquid cooling heat distribution plate, full-coverage heat sink film, etc.
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Redmi 10 design is a combination of Redmi K40 Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra
Some hours ago, @IshanAgarwal exposed some details and images of the global version of Redmi 10. While the specification appears to be expected, there is something interesting about the design of this smartphone. As we can see from the image above, the Redmi 10 Global design appears to be a combination of two pre-existing Xiaomi and Redmi phones. The front of the Redmi 10 is similar to the Redmi K40, with a center punch-hole screen design. The screen size is 6.5 inches and it supports a 90Hz refresh rate. Furthermore, it will come with a Corning Gorilla Glass protection.
However, the rear is similar to the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra (Extreme Commemorative Edition). The camera design uses a matrix camera module with a total of four cameras. The only difference here is that the Mi 10 Ultra camera sensors align vertically.
According to @IshanAgarwal, the global version of the Redmi 10 will come with a MediaTek Helio G88 processor. In addition, this smartphone will also use up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. In the camera department, this device will come with a quad-rear camera setup. It will use a 50MP main camera as well as an 8MP ultra-wide angle, 2MP depth of field 2MP macro cameras. To keep its lights on, this device will have a huge 5000 mAh battery that supports an 18W fast charge.
The leak also shows that the dimension of this device will be 162 x 75.3 x 8.95mm. In addition, from the rendering, Redmi 10 retains the 3.5mm headphone jack. Looking at the specifications above, the Redmi 10 (Global) will be an entry-level model. As such, we expect the starting price to be within 1000 yuan (154). As of now, there is no information on the official launch date of this smartphone.
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Redmi 10 appears on FCC
Last month, the Redmi 10 made an appearance on FCC with the model number 21061119AG. According to the listing, this device will come with MIUI 12.5 on top of Android 11. The listing also shows the following models 4GB RAM 64GB ROM, 4GB RAM 128GB ROM, and 6GB RAM 128GB ROM configurations. In terms of connectivity, it will support Wi-Fi and LTE bands.
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Furthermore, this smartphone would have a dual-SIM model with 4G LTE support. On July 14, leaker Kacper Skrzypek revealed some of the phone’s major highlights. In his tweet, Skrzypek claimed that the phone will feature a 50MP main camera, which will be a Samsung S5KJN1(ISOCELL JN1) sensor.
Other speculations claim that the main sensor of this device will support 4K @ 60fps. As far as video is concerned, it can deliver 1080p @ 240fps. However, it is unclear whether the processor will be able to handle this.
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Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra Review: Great Phone With Great Value Powerful Features
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is an impressive smartphone, featuring top-end specs like 120Hz OLED display, up to 120x zoom, and 120W fast charging support.
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The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is Xiaomi’s flagship in 2020, featuring an impressive specs sheet. But how do those specs perform in real life? Find out in our Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra review. Sadly, the ph0ne hasn’t made its way to India, but we expect the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra price in India to be around Rs. 57,000.
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra: Design Display
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is a pretty big phone, nearly as big as the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra. Therefore, you might need to consider its size before making the purchase as it can be cumbersome for those who have small hands. over, it would require deep s to carry around as well.
Xiaomi goes for the glass sandwich design on this phone with curved glass on both sides. On the front, there is a large display with a punch-hole cut-out at the top corner. The right side is where a power button and volume rocker are located while the left side is blank. At the top, there are two microphones and an IR-blaster. At the bottom edge, you can see a USB Type-C port, the main speaker, a dual-SIM tray, and a microphone. You will find a big camera bump placed at the top left corner of the back panel.
Moving to the display front, the brand goes for an OLED panel with a FHD resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. Yes, it is slightly disappointing that Xiaomi doesn’t offer QHD resolution, but it should be a big deal considering the other specs that the device has. If you need Quad-HD resolution, you might need to consider OnePlus or Samsung offerings.
Overall, the display has deep contrast, vibrant, and smooth. If you are not a fan of the adaptive colour setting, there are a few other options in the settings menu. The brightness is great, and the handset is even viewable under direct sunlight. Its peak brightness is around 480 nits, which is higher than the 412 nits of the Galaxy Note20 Ultra
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra: Performance
Instead of going for the Snapdragon 865 Plus chipset, Xiaomi chooses the regular 865 on the Mi 10 Ultra. However, that doesn’t mean the handset is not powerful. It is very fast and could be even faster with 16GB of RAM. the unit we are reviewing has 12GB RAM. I had absolutely no performance issue with the phone. I took lots of photos, played many games, and multi-tasked a lot as well. Even with all that, the handset still refused to stutter.
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Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra: Cameras
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra rear camera setup is pretty impressive. The primary 48MP main sensor supports PDAF, Laser AF, and OIS. It is paired with a 48MP periscope telephoto lens, OIS, 5x optical zoom, and 120x digital zoom. The other two units are a 12MP telephoto lens with Dual Pixel PDAF, 2x optical zoom and a 20MP ultra-wide lens with PDAF. On the front, it gets a 20MP camera for selfies and video calls.
The device takes contrast-heavy and punchy photos with a good amount of dynamic range. In the day, there is only a slight difference between the four rear cameras in terms of quality. Colours are quite consistent, but slightly oversaturated. The device also seems to be pretty good at capturing white balance. I didn’t see anything that looked inaccurate in all of the photos I took.
In low-light conditions, the phone also delivers good results. It boosted exposure to get more detail for the shots. Even in a dark scene, the handset still managed to capture photos with not much noise.
Here are some camera samples:
Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra: Battery
The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra’s 4,500 mAh battery is pretty average in the price range. It is in charge of fueling a power-hungry chipset, a large display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and 5G connectivity. Thankfully, Xiaomi’s software does a good job of killing apps and optimizing power usage. I could use the device for around two days before having to charge it. For regular usage, the phone would last around one and a half days.
Battery life is not the one that helps the Mi 10 Ultra shine, but it is its charging capabilities. With the 120W fast charging technology, you will only have to wait around 24 minutes to charge the phone from 0 to 100 percent. This is definitely the fastest charging smartphone that I have ever seen. It is achieved by charging two battery cells at the same time as Xiaomi splits the 4,500 mAh battery into two cells. You hate wired charging? Well, the 50W wireless charging technology is also impressive as it takes only 40 minutes to complete the charge.
However, it does come at a cost. You will see the phone gets pretty hot after finishing charging via both wired or wireless charging. As for wired charging, you might need to be careful when holding the phone after it has just finished charging. With that kind of heating, I would say it will certainly damage the longevity of the battery and that is something that you should keep in mind.
Xiaomi Mi 10 ultra
Tips and tricks to fix Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA problems. This is 5G smartphone with OLED 6.67 inches width Full HD at 1080 x 2340 pixels. Either front or back side use screen glass with Gorilla Glass 5 at front screen and Gorilla Glass 6 at back side of body. There are some punch hole at right top corner for 20 megapixel front camera.
Mi mean high end smartphone, Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA use Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865 processor with dedicated GPU (graphic processor unit) Adreno 650 for fast graphic gaming rendering. The operating system already installed with Android 10.0 together with MIUI 12 user interface. Some users get issue when use Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA software and hardware. We will try to give more solutions, reviews, and information about how to solve troubles of Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA at www.hard-reset.org community.
What are Advantages of Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA Specifications and Features:
- GSM 3G HSDPA, Dual SIM Card GSM GSM / CDMA
- 4G LTE 5G
- LCD 6.67 inches
- Internal memory 128 GB or 256 GB with 8 GB RAM
- Internal memory 256 GB or 512 GB with 12 GB RAM
- Main Camera Quad 48 MP f/1.9 48 MP f/4.1 12 MP f/2.0 20 MP f/2.2
- Front camera 20 MP for selfie photography
- Processor Octa-core 1×2.84 GHz Kryo 585 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 585 4×1.80 GHz Kryo 585
- GPU Adreno 650
- Operating system Android 10.0
- Battery Li-Po 4500mAh
Solution To Fix Camera Issues On Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA
How to Fix or Problem Solving for Recovery Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA hang or not responding or malfunctions or stuck or freezing or bricked ?
This phone does not have external memory MicroSD card slot, therefore having bigger capacity is more recommended. However, the smallest version use 128 GB, this capacity is already enough for most users. We can install many interesting applications from Google Play Store like. WeChat, Tiktok, Whatsapp, Zoom and some other more.
Please do not install new or not famous applications before read many user reviews, because some of them may contain viruses or malware that can make troubles at our Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA (M2007J1SC) such us become slowly or hang or stuck or bricks or bootloop or frozen or LCD touch screen not responsive. These kind of apps will not get “Verified by Play Protect” from Google Play Store.
What do we have to do? First we have to try force soft reset or reboot or restart to remove temporary files or caches that can make some trouble at this phone. If our Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA can boot again, then please directly download one good antivirus applications from Google Play Store like AVAST or NORTON, please choose only one we like. The antivirus will try to scan all installed applications and give recommendation setting to our phone.
If the problems still happen, then please do hard reset or master format. Please note, doing hard reset will remove or erase all important data, therefore we have to backup all data first before doing master format. Doing hard reset will remove all Google account from Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA. For safety reasons, please do not install any unknown APK files, because it is very easy to make our phone getting trouble.
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How to Force Shutdown or Force Soft Reset or Reboot or Restart Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA ?
Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA is flagship smartphone with big internal memory 8 GB or 12 GB. But sometime installed apps may get crash or corrupt which make Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA run not normal or stuck or LCD touch screen not responsive with our finger touch. We have to remove temporary files and caches. Please press and hold POWER button until Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA shutdown or turn off by itself. We also can try to press POWER VOLUME DOWN together to turn it off. After this phone totally off, then we can press again POWER button to turn it ON.
This process will not remove any important data, therefore we can do this process anytime we want. If our Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA still can work properly, but we want to clear temporary files and caches from some applications, then please press and hold POWER button until pop-up menu appear, continue choose Shutdown / Power off / Reboot menu.
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How to backup data or Contact at Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA ?
We can connect our phone to computer using USB data cable and after our computer recognize our Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA, then please backup all important data using computer file manager application.
We also can use USB flash disk to connect using OTG or USB converter to backup data from internal memory to USB Flash Drive using Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA file manager
If our Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA has already signed in with Google account, by default our contact will be synchronize in the background to Google server. Please make sure we check all contact at Google contact server using Internet browse to make sure backup is done.
Complete Solutions To Backup Restore Data on Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA
How to Boot Recovery Mode at Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA ?
If we need to boot our Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA go to recovery mode. We can follow the steps at #Option 2 above from steps no.1 until no.4. After that steps finish, then we will find list of menu options, and choose Recover menu or any other menu as what we need to do.
#Option 1, Hard Reset Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA with software menu:
- Turn on the Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA
- Please make sure battery capacity more then 50% or better fully charge
- Backup important data at Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA because all data and applications will be erase or delete
- Go to Menu : Setting General Setting Backup and Reset Factory Data Reset
- Choose : Reset Device Delete all
- The Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA will do the hard reset or master format to factory default process.
#Option 2, Hard Reset Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA with Hardware Button Key to Recovery Mode
- Turn Off Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA
- Make sure the battery is fully charge
- Press and hold POWER BUTTON VOLUME UP BUTTON key
- Release all button after the LCD show Recovery Mode
- Use Volume Button to select the option and press POWER Button to Ok or Confirm or Choose. Please choose Wipe all data to finish the Hard Reset or Master Format Steps
- Wait until the Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA finish the process and the phone will start again like new
Easy Solutions To Fix Slowly Issues On Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA
How to Unlock or Fix or Bypass or Solutions for Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA forgot password code or security lock screen pattern or pin (lost password)?
Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA have four great camera with 48 megapixel for wide with OIS 48 megapixel for periscope telephotos with 5x optical zoom and 120 hybrid zoom 12 megapixel for standard zoom with 2x optical zoom 20 megapixel for ultrawide as 128 degree. We will have many personal photos and videos inside our phone. We suggest to secure all data from unauthorized users, when Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA away from us or lost or stolen.
Fingerprint is located under display. We also can use 20 megapixel front camera for face unlock recognizing. After register fingerprint and face unlock, then we need to activate secondary protections for backup. We can choose screen lock pattern or password or pin. Because Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA fingerprint and face detection will not work after finish reboot or soft reset. The problems will start happen when we can not unlock this phone or forgot screen lock pattern / password pin or maybe at normal situations, the fingerprint can not work for unlock. What should we do?
For security reasons, we can not remove or bypass forgotten security protections at Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA without hard reset or master format, please follow steps at #Option 2 above to force hard reset or reformat to factory default. New Xiaomi smartphone already use latest Android version which implement FRP (Factory Reset Protection).
FRP is important to secure our phone when it is stolen or lost. Android will ask for Verify your account with previous Google Account after finish performing hard reset or master format. Therefore we have to remember carefully our Google / Gmail username and password. We also recommended to activate or create Xiaomi ACCOUNT at Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA, because it can help us to bypass forgotten security protections.
Is That Any Secret Code for Doing Format Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA ?
There is no secret hidden code for Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA to make it back to factory default. Do the options above to hard reset it.
How to Format or Erase Phone Memory at Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA ?
There are two phone memory type at Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA, one is internal memory and the other one is external memory. If we want to format internal memory phone then we have to do hard reset or reformat the operating system of Xiaomi Mi 10 ULTRA as well. Please use menu setting to do hard reset or reformat using #option 1 above, but make sure to give checkbox mark at Erase Internal SD card / Internal storage. Then it will reformat the factory default operating system and remove or erase any data inside internal memory.
To reformat or wipe or erase all data at external memory, we can use menu Setting Storage Erase Internal Storage / SD Card. Please always make sure all data has already backup before reformat or wipe everything, because it is hard to recover formatted / wiped data at internal or external storage.
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