After some more in-depth tests on the iPhone X, DxOMark gave 101 points for the quality of the photos taken with his camera. This result is slightly better than that of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Huawei Mate 10, which receive 100 points.

“The X improves noticeably on Zoom performance, but also does better in terms of Exposure, Color, Texture, Noise and Artifacts. Other key strengths in still image mode include very good exposures and HDR images, accurate color rendering, good detail with low noise, as well as a natural-looking bokeh effect in Portrait mode.” compared with the iPhone 8 Plus, point out DxO.

Overall rating of iPhone X for Photos and Video averages 97 points, but Google Pixel 2 still has 98 points.

Here is the conclusion from DxOMark:

“With all of the analyses completed, the scores calculated, and the results verified, the iPhone X turns in an excellent result, delivering outstanding images for smartphone photography enthusiasts. It’s exceptional for stills, achieving the best Photo sub-score yet at 101 points.

The overall score is affected by a slightly lower result for video, but at 97 points, the iPhone X ties with the Huawei Mate 10 for the second-highest score in our database of overall mobile image quality. For portraits, the improved telephoto lens delivers sharp results even indoors, and the bokeh simulation produces a natural and pleasing background blur.

Outdoors, exposures are outstanding, with great dynamic range, impressive skies, good fine detail, and punchy color rendering. Add to all that the extra features on the front-facing camera, including a Portrait mode for blurred-background selfies, and the iPhone X delivers one hell of a smartphone camera.” Post from: GizBrain. Source: DxOMark

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