The iPhone 11 Pro Max receives 117 on DxOMark; below the Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition
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After almost two months after the launch of the iPhone 11 Pro Max, the photographic evaluation platform DxOMark finally launches its cameras review of Apple’s new flagship. The phone get a pretty high score, beating several other flagships announced this year. The iPhone 11 Pro Max is over third on the list with a score of 117. Those who outperform the Apple phone ranking are the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition, just out of the oven. The latter in the global market is known as Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro.
iPhone 11 Pro Max on DxOMark
The overall score of 117 of the iPhone 11 Pro Max is composed of a score in 124 photograph and a score on 102 video. Its video rating exceeds that of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and matches that of the Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition. This makes the new Xiaomi device one of the best phones for video recording, but it is a few points below both in the photo section.
A breakdown of the photo score shows that the iPhone 11 Pro Max is excellent for exposure, color accuracy and auto focus. However, it has a Low score when it comes to photos in very low light, and this is because the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro ride much larger image sensors (Do not confuse sensor size with resolution, they are different things). It is important to state that the iPhone is better than the flagship of Huawei and the premium mid-range phone Xiaomi in the section of Wide angle photos according to DxO.
DxOMark praises Apple's new camera feature: Deep fusion. This helps represent fine details such as freckles, pet hair and distant foliage, so you get great pictures of landscapes and portraits. However, while it is better in noise reduction that the iPhone XS Max, You can't match this to your Android competitors.
Although it has a lower score than the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro in low light, the iPhone 11 Pro Max does a fantastic job taking photos at night. A slightly lower score does not make it bad, but indicates a high level of competition. DxOMark mentions that in night photos it is better to activate the automatic mode with flash off to avoid overexposed photos.
For the videos, the iPhone 11 Pro Max process colors well. Also your HDR video allows you to capture details excellently. He also does a good job in terms of video stabilization. But surprisingly, its stabilization falls below that of its predecessor, the iPhone XS Max, due to the presence of a more visible “jelly effect”.
In general, the iPhone 11 Pro Max wins its place as one of the five best phones with the best camera. With a larger sensor, better zoom and better stabilization video could have climbed positions.
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