Unlike the Xiaomi Mi Selfie Stick Tripod, the mobile phone holder of the Yunteng Selfie Stick Tripod Stand doesn’t rotate. So if you want to switch between portrait and landscape, you have to unscrew the holder, rotate it, and screw it back again.
The Yunteng Selfie Stick Tripod Stand measures 22 cm and can be extended to 96 cm, which is way more than the maximum length of the Xiaomi Mi Selfie Stick Tripod, 42 cm.
It is made of aluminum alloy, similar to Xiaomi. Weight-wise, Yunteng Selfie Stick Tripod Stand is slightly heavier, measuring 200 g vs. 152 g of the Xiaomi Mi Selfie Stick Tripod.
Both come with a Bluetooth remote control to allow you to trigger the shutter button of your camera app remotely.
Since I am using my Apple Watch as a remote trigger, I seldom use the Bluetooth remote control of my Xiaomi Mi Selfie Stick Tripod. Because of not using it for three years, now I cannot charge up the Bluetooth remote control.
In terms of stability, despite its being much taller, it is more stable than the Xiaomi Mi Selfie Stick Tripod.
If I have to nitpick, the only complaint is that there are too many plastic parts, but it is acceptable for the price.
I recommend this Yunteng Selfie Stick Tripod Stand over the Xiaomi Mi Selfie Stick Tripod anytime because of its stability, longer length, and, of course, the price.