DxOMark specialists tested the main camera of the Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G smartphone, which is the youngest model of the flagship Xiaomi Mi 11 family.
Recall that the model is equipped with a triple camera with sensors with a resolution of 64, 8 and 5 megapixels. And she takes good quality pictures. On the positive side, DxOMark recorded controlled noise even in low light, accurate exposure on outdoor and indoor faces, pleasing skin tone, fairly accurate exposure preview for portraits even in complex HDR scenes, high video detail, usually accurate video exposure, and effective video stabilization.
Drawbacks include exposure instability, outdoor white balance, frequent AF glitches, frequent loss of fine detail, exposure instability and HDR fusion artifacts in ultra-wide images, low detail when zooming in, underexposure in night portraits with auto flash, often noticeable video noise when low light and on moving objects.
As a result, Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G has 111 points: 118 for photos, 48 for zoom and 101 for videos. And although it does not have a place in the top ten in the overall ranking, considering the cost, this is a good result. It is on par with the Pixel 4a, OnePlus 8T, and Sony Xperia 5 II on the list.
“The Xiaomi Mi 11 Lite 5G is competitive in its category, and while there are certainly flaws, in most cases they represent a reasonable compromise given the price of the phone,” DxOMark summarized.