Today, Xiaomi introduced the new flagship smartphone Mi 11 Ultra, and DxOMark specialists have already tested the capabilities of its camera. As expected, Samsung’s advanced ISOCELL GN2 sensor has enabled the device to achieve outstanding results.

DxOMark experts note that the Mi 11 Ultra has the most advanced camera of any device they have tested. Thanks to this, the smartphone was able to score 143 points and take first place in the ranking of mobile cameras, moving the Huawei Mate 40+ from the podium, whose camera is rated at 139 points.

The main camera of Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra consists of a huge 50-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL GN2 sensor, complemented by two 48-megapixel Sony IMX586 sensors. One of the pairs is equipped with ultra-wide-angle optics, and the second works in conjunction with a periscope lens that provides a five-fold optical zoom. The device is complemented by a triple LED flash and an auxiliary screen that can act as a viewfinder.

DxOMark is currently working on a full Mi 11 Ultra camera review, which they promise to publish soon, detailing why the Mi 11 Ultra was able to take the top spot in its smartphone cameras.