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DxOMark: iPhone 11 Pro scores 117 points, lower than Xiaomi CC9 Pro

DxOMark has just published the camera score of Apple's high-end iPhone 11 Pro. It is pretty impressive, but it failed to get the top spot.
DxOMark: iPhone 11 Pro scores 117 points, lower than Xiaomi CC9 Pro
iPhone 11 trio

A top 5 camera phone

The iPhone 11 with a trio of 12MP shooters (primary, wide, telephoto) got a total score of 117 points. It got 124 points for photos and 102 for videos for the top 5 positions in DxOMark's current ranking.
DxOMark score of iPhone 11 Pro

In comparison, it is higher than the overall score of Huawei P30 Pro. It tied the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G as well. But, it failed to match the Xiaomi CC9 Pro Premium and Huawei Mate 30 Pro with a total score of 121 points.

The camera performed very well in our tests in pretty much all areas, but some challenges remain. Still images generally show very good exposure. Dynamic range is very wide in bright light and under indoor conditions, but some highlight clipping is still visible in very difficult scenes. Overall, the iPhone is among the very best for exposure; it’s only in very low light when can't keep up with devices with larger image sensors, such as the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. Like previous iPhone generations, the 11 Pro Max also scores very well for color and is among the best in this category in all light conditions. A slightly greenish cast is visible in some indoor scenes and in our lab tests, but overall color tends to be very pleasant: a slight yellow cast gives some scenes a warm feel and works very well for skin tones in portraits.

DxOMark concluded that it is one of the best phones for imaging and it has some of the widest ultra-wide lenses around. It also has the top score for video recording. It has good detail, a very wide dynamic range, and smooth stabilization in most circumstances.

For those who are already invested in the iOS ecosystem, DxO said that the new iPhone is an easy recommendation for any more image creator.

What do you guys think?

Source: DxOMark
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