According to DxOMark’s camera evaluation, the OnePlus 10 Pro’s camera performs in accordance with most other reviews. Conclusion: The smartphone fails to meet its rivals due to a number of significant flaws. Since it ranks 27th in DxOMark’s worldwide rankings, it’s just a few spots above Xiaomi Mi 10 and Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro and Apple’s new iPhone 12 Pro. All of the flagships are more than a year old.
In low-light circumstances, DxOMark noted that colour artefacts with a pinkish tint, ghosting, and fusion artefacts were the most noticeable drawbacks. White balance problems in low light and loss of resolution in recordings with favourable lighting conditions were also highlighted as difficulties for the ultrawide camera performance.
This does not imply, however, that the OnePlus 10 Pro lacks merits in comparison to the standard model. As an example, the dynamic range in daytime and indoor scenes is superb, as well as the level of detail. The telephoto lens does a terrific job in low light, and noise is seldom a concern. The low-light footage, on the other hand, display a good deal of fine detail.
We recommend reading the complete review at the link below to get a more in-depth look at the phone’s camera capabilities.