DxOMark has recently been testing smartphone screens. Last year’s flagship Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra fell into the hands of French specialists, whose display they wrote out a very low score.

The Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is the company’s first smartphone with a 120Hz OLED display. It was unveiled in August 2020 for the brand’s 10th anniversary. In addition to a 120Hz refresh rate, the OLED panel supports HDR10 + and has a peak brightness of 1120 nits. The diagonal is 6.67 ”, and the resolution is 1080 h 2340 pixels, i.e. Full HD+.

The flagship performed well in direct sunlight. The display showed good readability. Everything is fine with the smoothness of work. Color reproduction is also at a high level in any use case. Among the shortcomings, we noted the incorrect display of bright and dark tones when watching HDR video. In a smartphone, phantom clicks often occur, and a low sensitivity of the sensor is noted at the edges of the screen.

According to the results of tests, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra received only 73 points and is located closer to the end of the fourth ten of the consolidated rating. For the Ultra version of the current generation, the hero of the note immediately lost 14 points, but he bypassed Xiaomi Mi 10T Pro by 1 point.