According to Denmark Mobile, iPhone X Max is second-best smartphone camera: Famous camera benchmarking site, Dxormark has just released a camera review of iPhone X Max. When it comes to smartphones with dual cameras, then the iPhone X Max rules supreme because it beats HTC U + 12, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Huawei P20.
According to Denmark Mobile, iPhone X Max is second-best smartphone camera
On paper, the iPhone X Max shares the same specs as last year’s iPhone X, which has scored 97 points. there are two 12 MP cameras which are both optically stable. The main camera has a standard full angle shooter with an F / 1.8 aperture, while the secondary camera has an F / 2.4 lens which provides 2x optical zoom.
In reality, iPhone Xs and XS Max use a new sensor, which provides 1.22 microns versus a larger 1.4-micron pixel size on the previous model. It should offer better low light performance, and dynamic range with its smart HDR feature can also be improved.
After evaluating more than 1,500 images and 2 hours of video, Denmark gave iPhone Xs Max a score of 105, which is 2 points higher than the previous dual camera champion, but Huawei’s triple-camera flagship, P20 Pro Less than 4 points in comparison.
He found the device to be a great artist for shots and video recording in outdoor bright light conditions. For the video, he commented that iPhone X Max is an attractive alternative to mobile videographer because it provides a useful image stabilization system.
They noted zoom performance improvements in last year’s iPhone X model, although it shows thick, shiny noise and less information than P20 Pro and Galaxy Note 9. He also found that flash images are often unchecked and high contrast scenes have low light and shiny areas that have noticeable shine noise. For the video, he also saw unstable white balance while recording inside the house and there is also shiny noise in low light.
In the photo category, iPhone XS Max scored 110, while the video was 96. Since iPhone X Max shares the same camera setup and internal hardware like an iPhone X, hence the imaging display for smaller models should be similar. You can read Dosommark’s Camera Review here.