With everyone’s single’s day express delivery is basically out of the box, 2019 is almost over. Now, DxOMark, which specializes in measuring cameras, is beginning to summarize the smartphone cameras launched in 2019, reviewing them in terms of combination performance, video recording, zoom, ultra-wide angle, and night-time photography.
In terms of overall performance, DxOMark named the “Best All-rounder” to Huawei Mate30 Pro and Xiaomi CC9 Pro high-quality versions. The two models currently rank first in the DxOMark rankings with combined scores of 121, are excellent in imaging, and the difference in scores in sub-project tests is smaller. In the breakdown, Huawei’s Mate30 Pro will score higher photos because the device has better noise control and artifacts, the Xiaomi CC9 Pro’s zoom performance and ultra-wide angle will be better, and the video recording will surpass that of the Huawei Mate30 Pro.
On top of both, DxOMark says the iPhone 11 Pro Max is also a good choice.
On the video recording, DxOMark rated the iPhone 11 Pro Max as the best device for video recording. In its camera review, the iPhone 11 Pro Max had a video recording score of 102, which DxOMark said was “the best of its kind.” “The dynamic range of iPhone 11 Pro Max video capture is so large that even in high-contrast environments, the iPhone is excellent for both the highlights and the dark light, and the color reproduction, detail reduction, and stabilization performance are also measurable.
In addition, DxOMark says the Xiaomi CC9 Pro is a good choice.
Best zoom: Xiaomi CC9 Pro high version. According to DxOMark, the Xiaomi CC9 Pro High Edition is the closest device to the “real camera” zoom performance. Xiaomi CC9 Pro beats its competitors in detail retention, and while some artifacts can be seen after image zooming in, DxOMark says Xiaomi CC9 Pro High Edition is still the first choice for those who need to zoom in to many times. In addition, DxOMark recommends the Huawei P30 Pro.
Best Ultra Wide Angle Performance: Samsung Note 10 plus 5G. With the development of mobile phone camera hardware, the current consumer use of smartphones to take pictures of the scene is far greater than before, therefore, the major mobile phone manufacturers are also adding some functional cameras to the phone. The new extra ultra-wide-angle lens will undoubtedly play a larger role when you are shooting a blockbuster. In smartphones to be launched in 2019, the DxOMark says the Samsung Note 10 plus 5G is the best of the models, although many models are equipped with ultra-wide-angle lenses.
In this respect, DxOMark says the iPhone 11 Pro Max is also a good choice.
Best for night-time camera staking: Huawei Mate30 Pro. Taking pictures at night is also a common setting, and thanks to a combination of new sensor technology and innovative computational imaging methods, many of the latest generation spree smartphones deliver great results in dim conditions. Among these models, DxOMark says Huawei’s Mate30 Pro performs best. Its main camera uses an unusually large 1/1.7-inch Quad-Bayer sensor and uses multi-frame synthesis techniques and other algorithms to further enhance the camera’s spotlight capability. As a result, the Mate 30 Pro scored an impressive 61 points in the night test at DxOMark, the highest score so far. In addition, DxOMark says the Huawei P30 Pro is a good choice.