HTC has just announced its U12 + flagship and the experts from DxOMark immediately came up with their conclusion about its dual camera. And it’s pretty good. The Ultrapixel sensor received 103 points of a maximum of 106 for pictures and 95 for video recording. This locate him directly in second place in the prestigious ranking just after the Huawei P20 Pro.

The review shows that the latest HTC flagship is alongside the best in the industry with excellent image sharpness and a pretty good dynamic range. U12 + also achieves a good balance between texture and noise. What really stands out is the rapid and accurate autofocus and the solid 2X magnification. DxOMark says he is the best in the class.

All the benefits listed in the photography section also apply to video recording – effective stabilization, fast autofocus, excellent exposure and dynamic range as well as low noise in low light.

“With improving technologies pushing the possibilities of smartphone photography forward, and mid-range devices offering very capable results, there’s pressure on manufacturers to keep their flagship devices at the top. With a new flagship in the shape of the U12+, HTC has done just that, successfully implementing its first dual-camera in some time with aplomb.

Given its excellent exposures in most lighting conditions, good dynamic range, a nice compromise between texture and noise, and outstanding autofocus performance, you can be confident that the HTC U12+ will deliver in a wide range of environments.

Class-leading optical zoom shots at 2x magnification and an effective bokeh simulation mode also bolster the HTC U12+’s suitability for budding smartphone portrait photographers. Add to that a very solid video performance, and the HTC U12+ will turn some heads in the smartphone market.” Wrote DxOMark in Conclusion.

But just like any mobile camera, there are some compromises, though most of them are insignificant. The review concludes that there is a loss in detail with optical scaling in low light conditions, visible artifacts in HDR images and noticeable noise in low light images. Post from: GizBrain. Source: DxOMark

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