IPhone 11 Pro camera is beaten by Chinese smartphone

DxOMark has announced the camera test results of iPhone 11 Pro. Apple’s flagship earned a total of 117 points.

This score is sufficient for the iPhone 11 Pro in the Top 5 smartphones with the top camera in the DxOMark rankings.

But the iPhone 11 Pro has let Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Mi CC9 Pro Premium pass with a score of 121 both.

With a score of 117, the iPhone 11 Pro is on par with the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G and Note 10+ on the chart

In terms of imaging capabilities, the iPhone 11 Pro scored 124 points. DxOMark praised Apple’s Deep Fusion feature for retaining impressive details that smartphone cameras often lose.

While the iPhone 11 Pro can take great photos during the day with good exposure, and a wide dynamic range, it tends to drown when shooting in low light.

This is thought to be due to the fact that Apple tends to focus more on details instead of noise reduction. It makes the low-light photos of iPhone 11 Pro relatively noise.

However, Apple has made significant improvements in this regard compared to the iPhone XS Max, but it is still far behind the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, the smartphone with the highest camera score.

DxOMark says the iPhone 11 Pro’s camera has accurate exposure, fast autofocus, and a super-wide lens and a good dynamic range. However, the image lacks small details when taken with a flash and ultra-wide angle camera, noise in low light conditions.

In the video recording test, the iPhone 11 Pro scored 102 points, taking the top spot with Mi CC9 Pro with a 108 MP camera.

Of course, DxOMark’s evaluation is not comprehensive. According to iphonehacks, in its own review of the iPhone 11 Pro’s camera, the image quality is better than the Galaxy Note 10+.

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