As previously announced, Tonight DXOMark officially released the rating of Apple’s 11-Phone 11 Pro Max, which received a total score of 117 points, but it still failed to top the list, falling behind Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro and Xiaomi CC9 Pro.
iPhone 11 Pro Max main camera specs:
Main camera: 12 megapixel 1/2.55 inch sensor, f/1.8 lens, 26 mm equivalent focal length, optical image stabilization (OIS), phase detection autofocus (PDAF)
Ultra-wide-angle lens: 12 megapixel sensor, f/2.4 lens, 13 mm equivalent focal length
Telephoto lens: 12 MP 1/3.4 inch sensor, f/2.0 lens, 52 mm equivalent focal length, optical image stabilization (OIS), phase detection autofocus (PDAF)
4-LED Two-Color Flash
4K video, 2160p/60fps (default 1080p/30fps)
On a specific scale, the iPhone 11 Pro Max has a camera score of 124, compared with 130 for xiaomi CC9 Pro and 132 for Huawei Mate 30 Pro.
In terms of video, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is 102 points, which, like the Xiaomi CC9 Pro, is the best in the world, and the improvement in video shooting capabilities of this generation of iPhones is really evident.
DXOMrk’s photo summary of the iPhone 11 Pro Max phone:
Previous generations of Apple’s iPhone have been one of the best imaging smartphones, and this iPhone 11 Pro Max is no exception. It scores the highest points in video, records beautiful video clips, has a wide dynamic range, and in most cases plays video smoothly. Its still image results are also among the best, thanks to the ability of the main camera to consistently deliver great results, and now it is equipped with a powerful ultra-wide-angle lens that provides the largest field of view we’ve ever seen. However, its bokeh simulation mode and long zoom performance are not at their best, but if you don’t take that performance as the most important thing, the new iPhone is a recommended phone for any mobile image creator (especially those who already bet a lot of money on the iOS ecosystem).