DXOMark have been testing out the camera on Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max and the handset has managed to score 117 in their tests.
Apple score 124 for photos and 102 for videos, this gives Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro Max camera a spot in the top five smartphone cameras, it shares the top spot for video with the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition.
The Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max is the Cupertino tech giant’s latest and greatest flagship smartphone, featuring a 6.5-inch Super Retina XDR OLED display, Apple’s latest A13 Bionic chipset, and up to 512GB of internal storage. It’s also the first iPhone to come with a triple-camera setup. Next to the primary wide-angle and the tele-camera, which both offer the same focal length as on the predecessor XS Max, there’s now also an ultra-wide camera with a 13mm-equivalent field of view.
On the image processing side of things, the new Deep Fusion technology uses the chipset’s neural engine and advanced machine learning to perform pixel-by-pixel optimization for better textures, lower noise, and a wider dynamic range. Read our full review to find out how the new components play together. (You can find out more about some of the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s new imaging features, including the redesigned camera interface, seamless zooming in video, live bokeh, and HDR preview.
You can find out more details about how iPhone 11 Pro Max did on the DXOMark camera tests at the link below.
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