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DxOMark: OPPO Find X3 Pro's camera rating is higher than iPhone 12 Pro Max

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Imaging testing authority DxOMark has recently published its camera review for the OPPO Find X3 Pro and it achieved impressive scores.
DxOMark: OPPO Find X3 Pro's camera rating is higher than iPhone 12 Pro Max
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A higher camera rating is higher than iPhone 12 Pro Max

OPPO Find X3 Pro vs Find X2 Pro camera scores
OPPO Find X3 Pro vs Find X2 Pro camera scores

The camera phone achieved a score of 139 for Photo, 71 for Zoom, and 111 for Video for an average score of 131 points. Along with X50 Pro+, this is the highest overall score among all BBK-related smartphones beating the likes of vivo X60 Pro+ and OnePlus 9 Pro.

It is also higher than the iPhone 12 Pro Max which scored 130 points. Except for Zoom, it has a higher overall score than its predecessor Find X2 Pro as well.

For Photo, it is just 1 point shy of the 140 of Huawei Mate 40 ProOverall, it is the 6th best camera phone at DxOMark as of writing. 

DxO shared that it produced vivid and pleasant color in most photos and videos, good detail in all photos and videos, reliable preview image, good texture and noise compromise in ultra-wide photos, and accurate depth estimation in bokeh photos, among others.

It has a few weaknesses like photo exposure instabilities in high contrast scenes and underexposed low light videos, but it is still among the top camera phones today.

Securing an excellent overall score of 131, the Oppo Find X3 Pro eases effortlessly into the upper echelons of our smartphone photography rankings. It scores a point better than the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max at 130, and matches the score achieved by the slightly more affordable Vivo X50 Pro+. A little daylight remains between Oppo's latest flagship and our current top two devices, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra at 143 and the Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ at 139, with some key differences among the devices in our analysis. Nevertheless, the Oppo Find X3 Pro remains one of the best devices we’ve had the pleasure of testing.

OPPO achieved this by using a 50MP f/1.8 Sony IMX766 main shooter with 6P lens and All Pixel Omni-directional PDAF + 50MP f/2.2 Sony IMX766 ultra-wide-angle w/ 7P lens and 4cm macro +  13MP f/2.4 with 5P lens and 5x hybrid optical zoom + 3MP f/3.0 microlens with 4P lens and 60x magnification at the back.

To check DxO's full report, visit the link below.

Source: DxOMark
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