Cheap Xiaomi 108mp Camera vs The S20 Ultra? - TEARDOWN!
Its time to take apart the new Mi Note 10 Pro! A Portion of this video was sponsored by LastPass. Click here to start using LastPass: lastpass.onelink.me/HzaM/2020Q1MarchJerryRigEverything The inexpensive Mi Note 10 has a top of the line 108mp camera. But how does it stack up against the 108mp camera inside the super expensive Galaxy S20 Ultra? The only way to find out is from the inside. It turns out that Samsung is the one who makes the sensors for BOTH phones: www.androidheadlines.com/2019/08/samsung-108-megapixel-camera-sensor-xiaomi.html Pretty crazy! There are minor variences of course. Like software and how the phone captures the images. But it is interesting to see the hardware from the inside.
Check out the Mi Note 10 Pro Durability Test HERE: idworlds.info/from/rcielryXbISAo6M/video
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