The latest flagship Apple – iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have the best cameras, according to experts from DxOMark. Competition back in spite of very successful models.
Apple's debut handset has divided users. On both sides, the voices of the Cupertino giant and the rational argument against the new headphones were heard. Today, we know that one of the biggest strengths of the new flagship of the American manufacturer are the cameras placed in the handset. So far, Google Pixel and HTC U11 have been at the top of the ranking. As you can see, Apple has backlogped and released phones equipped with great cameras. Currently the leader has been the iPhone 8 Plus, which thanks to great iSight camera scored 94 points. For pictures taken with a bigger flag DxOMark gave the receiver 96 points – for video recording, the phone scored a score of 89 points.Apple has put more emphasis on smudging the background and the other camera. The whole provides excellent color reproduction, good contrast and an ultra-fast LED. Face detection, great zoom and HDR also deserve praise . Unfortunately, movies recorded at night have shown some shortcomings, which have been highlighted by exposure problems and noise. Recording video at night is still a pain in many cameras, and although you can see improvement from model to model, it's still not a satisfactory result. Smaller flagship – iPhone 8 got 92 points from DxOMark. The photos were rated at 93 points, which is slightly less than Plus, but the video has grown by one at the same time, beating all Android smartphones tested by specialists. I'm wondering if the handset would be similarly dubbed to other devices in our photo smartphone ranking. It is also worth noting that DxOMark has changed the rating process – currently seven new devices have been tested according to the new procedure, to which today new iPhones have been added. So what are the next positions after the new standardization? The first and second place are respectively iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 with 94 and 92 points respectively. Next up is the Google Pixel and HTC U11 with 90 points, the iPhone 7 Plus has 88 points, the iPhone 7 got 85 points, the Galaxy S6 Edge got 82 points, the iPhone 6 can enjoy 73 points, and the refreshing ranking closes the Nokia 808 PureView with 61 points. DxOMark has confirmed that it will not re-test other devices in the past, so in a sense, the ranking may raise doubts – in the new standardization omitted Samsung Galaxy S8, OnePlus 5 or Samsung Galaxy Note 8 breakthrough, which is one of the first in the South Korean family It has a dual camera. Source: mobileworld , mobileworld 1 , dxomark