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[Review] Pie update righ now

2019-06-05 12:47:29
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My RDN5 was Pie updated righ now. Including dark screen setting. Here is.
2019-06-05 12:47:29
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1858498236 Author | from Redmi Note 5

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I am from Brazil. Pie update left colours darker than that before. Did anyone have the same issue?
2019-06-05 12:53:09
1858498236 replied at 2019-06-05 18:53:09
I am from Brazil. Pie update left colours darker than that before. Did anyone have the same issue?

it's just usual xiaomi's continuation of degrading our cameras
2019-06-05 14:32:02

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imre96 | from Mi MIX 3

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$200 phone got the latest fixes sooner than the
Mi Mix 3, GREAT WORK XIAOMI
2019-06-05 16:25:17

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Marcos1809 | from Redmi Note 5

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polarni9
it's just usual xiaomi's continuation of degrading our cameras

Can you show a before/after comparison, please?
2019-06-05 17:04:05

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1858498236 Author | from Redmi Note 5

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Marcos1809
Can you show a before/after comparison, please?

Pardon, but I did not hope that issue, before updating to Pie. Mainly blue and yellow are darker than before. I could feel this diference in the app icons.
2019-06-05 17:52:12
Marcos1809 replied at 2019-06-05 23:04:05
Can you show a before/after comparison, please?

Sadly, I can't. I don't have and can't take a picture of the same thing in the perfectly same conditions anymore.
It's something that I see (and believe), but can't prove.

You CAN search for some comparison videos that others made, though.
Here's one. It's in Indian I guess (so, for RN5PRO), but you can see a few examples that show the problem that is similar to AI's, and it's with colors, mostly. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrzM_yZ1V8c

What I see is that camera tends to brighten and over-saturate objects too much, especially with the red tint.
The biggest problem is with low light photos, though. In a darker room with a weak light source, camera is trying to compensate too much. So, everything you shoot looks so much brighter, to the point that it almost looks like a bad daylight picture. I'm 100% sure it wasn't that bad before the last update.

Do you feel any difference?
2019-06-07 04:53:38

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Marcos1809 | from Redmi Note 5

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polarni9
Sadly, I can't. I don't have and can't take a picture of the same thing in the perfectly same conditions anymore.
It's something that I see (and believe), but can't prove.

Sadly I didn't have time to try, I updated yesterday night and now I'm at work, unfortunately today it's raining as well :-/ I'll watch the video later, but I suggest you to try the settings in the attached screenshot. Also disable automatic enhancement of pictures in low light. Oversaturation is a problem with modern photography developing since people tend to favour it. I'm not a fan, I even had issues with magenta and lively red in a previous Sony camera, so I guess due to popular claim settings on phones move towards that taste I dislike.
2019-06-07 05:31:58

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Marcos1809 | from Redmi Note 5

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1858498236
Pardon, but I did not hope that issue, before updating to Pie. Mainly blue and yellow are darker than before. I could feel this diference in the app icons.

I must say I didn't find any difference after updating.
2019-06-07 05:36:34
Marcos1809 replied at 2019-06-07 11:31:58
Sadly I didn't have time to try, I updated yesterday night and now I'm at work, unfortunately today it's raining as well :-/ I'll watch the video later, but I suggest you to try the settings in the attached screenshot. Also disable automatic enhancement of pictures in low light. Oversaturation is a problem with modern photography developing since people tend to favour it. I'm not a fan, I even had issues with magenta and lively red in a previous Sony camera, so I guess due to popular claim settings on phones move towards that taste I dislike.

yeah, frame average is doing a bit better job for the colors, even though i avoided it thinking it will be too "generic". thanks.
all other settings were on normal already. i reverted to them few weeks ago after i realised that it's better to post-edit the photos than to use high contrast by default.

but, why turn off "enhance low light" photos? i mean, i will try, but won't it just make photos grainy as soon as the lighting isn't perfect or close to perfect? have never even considered turning it off.

also, i get that people like more vibrant colors, but it has gone out of hands. it's easy to get them with the simplest of filters. (while it's not easy to fix over-saturated pics)...
2019-06-07 11:52:11

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gentle-men | from Redmi Note 5

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Dark screen issue
2019-06-07 14:13:31
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