Two days ago, DxOMark experts shared a detailed review of the main camera of the iPhone 12 Pro. The phone took fourth place in the ranking, achieving the same score as the previous Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro – 128.
Now a detailed camera test of the iPhone 12 Pro Max has just been shared, and the results are not surprising.
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It is known that Apple this year brought some differences between the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Model “Max” has good main sensor and better optical zoom. All these improvements paid off: the iPhone 12 Pro Max achieved an overall score of 130 and took the fourth spot on the iPhone 12 Pro.
However, even Apple’s new and most expensive iPhone still can’t beat Huawei and Xiaomi’s flagships in terms of imaging capabilities. Specifically, the iPhone 12 Pro Max is currently behind phones like Huawei Mate 40 Pro (136 points), Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra (133 points) and Huawei P40 Pro (132 points).
In terms of component scores, iPhone 12 Pro Max reaches 138 points when taking photos, 68 points for zoom capability and 113 points for video recording. By comparison, the results of the iPhone 12 Pro in these tests are 135, 66 and 112 points respectively.
In terms of advantages, DxOMark says the iPhone 12 Pro Max camera is capable of fast and accurate autofocus, accurate exposure, highly detailed photos in well-lit conditions, wide dynamic range when video recording and good anti-shake system. However, this phone still has some disadvantages such as the dynamic range when taking photos is not as good as other competitors, the noise occurs a lot when shooting in low light, unnatural colors when shooting. HDR image, exposure is not stable when recording video, …
Overall, based on this description, the iPhone 12 Pro Max doesn’t seem to be the best camera phone. However, DxOMark notes that the device has gotten better than its predecessor in every respect.