On December 13th, in the early hours of this morning, DXOMARK, a well-known rating agency, posted a score of 68 for the audio portion of Google’s Pixel 4, ranking fifth on the list, followed by Apple’s iPhone XS Max and Huawei’s Mate 20 X.
In this test, Google’s Pixel 4 played a 70-point portion, up from 63 points in the recorded section. In terms of playback, its music playback is its strength, but bass still lags behind high-end devices such as Huawei Mate 20 X, which also results in its lower dynamic score, especially in terms of bass properties.
It is understood that the Google Pixel 4 has two DTS: X stereo speakers and three microphones, each with a separate amplifier. DXOMARK says the Google Pixel 4 is doing well for music lovers and those who like to shoot with friends, and needs to be improved in other uses.
DXOMARK Audio is dYXOMARK’s audio scoring system launched in October this year, and DXOMARK divides different audio quality attributes into different items, combining the scores for each item, and then combining those attribute scores into the final overall score.
Top pingening the list of reviews now available is Huawei’s Mate 20 X, with Apple’s iPhone XS Max and iPhone 11 Pro Max in second and third place. DXOMARK will also continue to test the latest smartphone products, the future ranking, please look forward to.