It is now up to around 2 months since the launch of the iPhone 11 Pro Max. DxOMark has just released the camera ratings for some flagships in the current scenario with the new launched Xiaomi MI note 10 camera. The aforesaid phone scored higher after beating several competitors launched this year, but ended up third in the final announcement with 117-score.
Camera testing of smartphones and results:
iPhone 11 Pro Max gathered a total of 117 points for its rear-camera performance. It enlists it in the second spot along with the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. The Google Pixel 4, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Huawei P30 Pro are listed below.
For still photography, the iPhone 11 Pro Max scored 124 to make a total of 102 for video capturing. The still photography score is far behind the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, but the video score helps the phone in sharing the top spot with the Xiaomi Mi note 10 Premium Edition.
Notably, DxOMark still has to check the front camera performance to assign a score.
Overall, the iPhone 11 Pro Max looks great at exposure, autofocus and color accuracy, but it lacks behind when it comes to very low-light photos. On the other hand, the Xiaomi Mi note 10 camera support much larger image sensors.
Furthermore, it is also compulsory to note that iPhone 11 Pro Max is something better than the Xiaomi and the Huawei Flagship while taking wide-angle photos.
DxOMark has also acknowledged the new deep fusion feature to render fine details like the hair on pets, freckles etc. to make it great for landscape and portrait photography. It is also better than the iPhone XS Max in noise reduction policy.
Though it ranks behind the Mate 30 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro in low light but performs well while taking photos in night.