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Breaking: Google Pixel 3 scored 101 points at DxOMark!

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After releasing the OnePlus 6T's rating yesterday, DxOMark just released the Google Pixel 3's detailed 101 score points report!
Breaking: Google Pixel 3 scored 101 points at DxOMark!
Google Pixel 3's DxOMark score

Google Pixel 3 DxOMark score

In case you missed it, Goole Pixel 3 boasts of a single rear camera of 12MP f/1.8 with Dual Pixel PDAF, OIS, EIS, spectral + flicker sensor, and LED flash. It features dual selfie cameras of 8MP f/1.8 with AF + 8MP f/2.2 with 97-degree wide-angle lens.

The Pixel 3 comes with a 5.5-inch OLED 1080p display with 18 x 9 aspect ratio and will be powered by a 2915mAh non removable battery. It runs on the Android 9 Pie with the Snapdragon 845, Pixel Visual Core, 4GB RAM, up to 128GB ROM.

DxOMark stated in their report: With a DxOMark Mobile overall score of 101, Google’s Pixel 3 is among the best phone cameras we have tested, and is tied with Apple’s iPhone XR for the top spot among single-camera phones. The camera is a great all-around performer in a variety of conditions, and has one of our highest-ever Video scores of 98. Autofocus is extremely fast, and detail preservation is also very good in most conditions. Its flash is also an excellent all-around performer. Target exposures were generally accurate, with good dynamic range, although sometimes images were a bit underexposed. There is some luminance noise and color shading in low light, but in good light, the only artifacts were occasional ghosting and slight color fringing.

They also mentioned that the biggest improvement of the Pixel 3’s Photo performance is for Zoom and Bokeh, due to improved image processing hardware and software.

In the more detailed score sheet of the DxOMark, it shows that the Google Pixel 3 got 103 rating for the photo and 98 for the video. 
DxOMark's detailed score sheet for Google Pixel 3
DxOMark's detailed score sheet for Google Pixel 3

For the full DxOMark Google Pixel 3 rating report, you can view it here.

Source: DxOMark
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