DxOMark: iPhone 12 Pro shoots better than iPhone 11 Pro Max, but worse than Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, Huawei P40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro


DxOMark has finally reached new iPhone 12 Pro to test out its main camera. The results are good, but and not the best.

Pros and minuses

The experts wrote in camera pluses consistently accurate autofocus in most conditions, the most accurate exposure for the photo and video, good color rendering in indoor lighting, good reproduction of fine details in bright lighting and in indoors, good colors and skin tones in video and fairly effective video stabilization.

But is and minuses. This is a limited dynamic range at photos, which leads to trimming highlights and shadows, frequent blue-green shades on outdoor shots, noise on image, especially when shooting in indoor or low light, image artifacts including color quantization, ghosting, hue shift and ringing, slight shades of color on video, loss of fine details when shooting in premises and in low light, color quantization and glare in video.

«iPhone 12 Pro doesn’t even is the top model in Apple’s 2020 line of smartphones, but still is in the top echelons of our ranking and on is currently the best iPhone in our database. Its photo performance is stable across all parameters and in many areas are slightly better than last year’s flagship 11 Pro Max. The new model stands out for its video mode, which, thanks to HLG Dolby Vision technology, offers a wider dynamic range than many competing phones. If telezoom is a high priority, iPhone 12 Pro may not become your number one choice but this is a simple recommendation for any other mobile imaging app», summed up in DxOMark.


IN As a result, the iPhone 12 Pro received 128 points: 135 for photo, 66 for zoom and 112 for video.

This is the fourth place in overall DxOMark ranking. The first lines are occupied by Huawei Mate 40 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra и Huawei P40 Pro.

Source: DxOMark

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