The OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) feature of the Xiaomi Mi Note 3, iPhone X, Galaxy S8 and Mate 10 Pro phones are compared.
Xiaomi has maintained its successful rise in recent years by doubling in 2017 and entering 2018 with great hopes. Even the upper-middle class phones that are not the flagship of the company compete with flagships sold over 4-5 thousand dollars, and in some area, they have an overwhelming advantage over these phones. Do not forget, the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 has only the Snapdragon 660 chipset. One of the most ambitious of these flagship flagships, the Xiaomi Mi Note 3, which pitched rival phones in camera performance, performed impressively with 90 points on the DxOMark test.
The Huawei Mate 10 Pro, the Apple iPhone X, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Xiaomi Mi Note 3 have proved disappointing in the iPhone X and Mate 10 Pro in video recording tests in a mobile environment. Normally, the 4 phones also feature optical image stabilization (OIS). This means that even in places like a train where vibrations occur, camera performance should not be a problem, but according to the published video, two devices outside the Galaxy S8 and Mi Note 3 seem to have problems with this issue.
Of course, in a normal stationary environment, the performance of the iPhone X and Mate 10 Pro is not so, but with a phone we bought for £ 6100, compared to a phone with a cost of £ 1,500-1750 coming to my country, is an indication that there is a problem in the matter. I hope Apple and Huawei will be able to solve the problems of OIS features in the coming days through software. Otherwise, the points that the cameras have received will be taken unfairly to me. Well, my friends, what do you think about this? Do not you think Apple should put his hand under the stone at this point? I expect your comments.