DxOMark Releases Analysis of iPhone XS Max Camera

DxOMark has just published the results of its in-depth analysis of the Apple iPhone XS Max smartphone camera. The company says that, although the camera specs appear similar to the iPhone X, there are differences. The 12MP sensor in the dual-camera setup’s wide-angle module is now larger than before, featuring 1.4 µm pixels, and the XS Max is equipped with a 6-element lens with an f/1.8 aperture.

The iPhone XS Max achieved an overall score of 105 points. “Both photo and video quality in bright light are excellent, with a very wide dynamic range and good detail,” DxOMark said.

The handset also scored 110 points for photo quality. “Exposure in outdoor images tends to be spot on, levels of details are high and colours are pleasant,” the company added. “Apple’s new Smart HDR feature generates images with very good target exposure and a wide dynamic range in all conditions”.

You can read the full review here.