• 13:19 Dec 12, 2019

Redmi K20 Pro Camera Review: Low Light performance still needs optimisation

By: The Mobile Indian network, New Delhi Last updated : Wednesday, July, 17 2019

Xiaomi has today announced the launch of its first flagship smartphone in the Redmi series with the launch of Redmi K20 Pro in India. The smartphone is equipped with the top-of-the-line hardware along with some interesting camera performance. The smartphone is a first to feature a pop-up selfie camera. So, the question here is, can it deliver some good camera performance? Let's find out.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Landscape

1/ 17

The photo came out to be well-detailed in nature. The colour of the sky looks natural and the contrast levels are decent enough. When you zoom in to the buildings, you can actually the windows and the colours of the trees are close to the source. Overall, the phone did a good job of capturing this photo.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Low Light, Landscape

2/ 17

In this photo, the colours look a bit washed out in nature and one can see grains and noises in the sky. That said, the detailing is still decent as one sees the windows present in the building clearly.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Wide Angle Lens

3/ 17

We took this photo using the wide-angle mode of the Redmi K20 Pro. The results were decent, though we noticed barrel distortion around the corners. Apart from this, the colours looked a bit dull, though the detailing was good.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

4/ 17

The photo was taken using the primary lens of the Redmi K20 Pro. The results were better than the wide-angle lens. The colour reproduction is quite good here and details are good in nature.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, 2X Zoom

5/ 17

The photo was taken using the telephoto lens of the Redmi K20 Pro. The details were quite decent and the colours were close to the source. The colour of the sky looked natural as well. Overall, it did a good job in this photo. 

Redmi K20 Pro Front Camera: Daylight, Selfie

6/ 17

The front camera does a good job in capturing the selfie in daylight condition. The photo came out to be well-detailed and the skin tone looked natural despite using AI Beauty mode in this photo. The background blur was natural as well.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

7/ 17

The photo came out to be quite crisp in nature and the colours looked punchy with the right amount of contrast. The subject present in the image came out to be well-detailed and colours of trees looked natural as well.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal, HDR

8/ 17

The phone once again did a good job in capturing the right amount of details in this image. The colour of the building was close to the source. The colour reproduction was good and brightness as decent as well.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Portrait

9/ 17

The photo was taken using the Portrait mode. The phone basically uses the telephoto lens to capture portrait shot and the result was quite impressive. Although we can see a slight burn on the subject, the detailing was impressive and the background blur looked quite natural in nature.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Close Up

10/ 17

The colour came out to be really good in this image. The green colour visible in the auto-rickshaw is close to the source and one can easily read the number plate when you zoom into the picture. The phone captured a good dynamic range in this image.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, 2x Zoom

11/ 17

The telephoto lens does a decent job here and the colours looked natural. The contrast level could have been better. Overall, the phone does a decent job in this picture.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Wide Angle Lens

12/ 17

In the wide-angle mode, we noticed that the colours were a bit washed out in nature. Also, the photo came out to be a bit dull in nature. You will notice a barrel distortion issue at the left and right corner of the image.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Normal

13/ 17

In normal mode, the phone does a good job. The colours were punchy enough and details came out to be really good. One can easily read the signboard at the top of the building and the colour sky was good as well.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

14/ 17

The phone took an average shot in this image. The leaves came out to be softly-focused and we noticed that the phone added extra light, which looked artificial in nature. However, the colour of the sky was natural.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Low Light, Macro

15/ 17

The phone does a really good job in capturing the macro shot in the low light condition. The phone was quite fast to lock focus and the subject came out to be clear. The detailing was good as well and you will not face any issue with the macro shots.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Low Light, Normal

16/ 17

Once again, the camera added extra light in this image. The photo came out to be oversaturated as the colour of the sky is dark blue and the Red colour was oversaturated as well.

Redmi K20 Pro Rear Camera: Daylight, Close Up

17/ 17

The photo came out to be well-detailed in nature. You can see all the colours present in this auto rickshaw and one can also see waterdrops on the windshield.

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