With a promise of elevating mobile creativity and exploration to the next level, bannering unmatched specs in its class, we took the new Xiaomi flagship device Mi 10T Pro 5G to the test with a fashion collaboration with young designer Kelvin Morales.
“New Mood” celebrates Morales’ recent and fresh collections captured with the new flagship device’s impressive multi-cameras. For starters, the Mi 10T Pro has three cameras on the back — a main wide, an ultra-wide, and a dedicated macro lens, where the main wide camera boasts of a 108 MP Quad-Bayer sensor to create a final 25 MP output.
The device also shoots 8K video at 30 frames per second (fps), 4K at either 30/60 fps and 1080p at up to 120 fps, with gyroscope-enabled electronic stabilization (gyro-EIS) meant to control motion effects to come up with an impressive video for personal and even professional needs.
“Especially in the age of social media, all of us are free to become our own content creator, where we can capture and showcase images of our daily lives and even take it to the next level and be your own definition of a pro,” shares Rank Magazine collaborator, Rxandy Capinpin, who shot this exclusive fashion editorial.
“Experiencing what the Mi 10T Pro has to offer is inspiring as it ups the game for just about everyone–from your enthusiasts to actual professionals who are looking to have new and added tools on their arsenal. With its impressive pop of color to the outstanding details it captures, not to mention its high-powered capabilities that makes it a trust-worthy partner, it builds such a creative alliance with its consumer,” noted editor-in-chief and executive creative director, Leo Balante.
See the full editorial below shot entirely on the Mi 10T Pro.
Produced by Leo Balante
Creative Direction and Photography by Rxandy Capinpin
Fashion and styling by Kelvin Morales
Makeup and hair art by Nadynne Esguerra
Additional hair art by Kelvin Morales
Model: Philippe Magalona
Video by Bhernn Saenz
Shot using the Mi 10T Pro
Made in Partnership with Xiaomi Philippines