An interesting move came from DxOMark, which scored phones’ cameras today. iPhone 11 DxOMark score updated. Well, what was the reason?
DxOMark experts recently updated some test protocols in the presence of experts. In this context, the iPhone 11 DxOMark score has been updated today. The team, who changed the ratings on certain backward models, announced that the iPhone 11’s camera got better scores.
The team, which scored the cameras of the phones and accepted these scores as generally accepted, increased the iPhone 11’s score from 109 to 119 today. This upgrade was due to the ultra-wide angle lens actually capturing better photos.
With the score update, it made the iPhone 11 21st in the ranking. However, as the results of other models are revised, it seems that 119 points will not save the iPhone 11. It may even fall behind.
It is currently at the iPhone 11, OnePlus 8 Pro and Google Pixel 5 level. DxOMark experts also revised the iPhone 11 Pro Max’s rating. However, there was not a big jump in the score after this revision.
DxOMark is expected to update the scores of the top phones in the coming days. With the new testing standards, DxOMark’s list could be completely turned upside down. We will continue to convey to you as the changes occur.
Finally, let’s state that the best photo taking phone in the world as a result of the current tests is the Huawei Mate 40 Pro with an average of 136 points. With Leica’s lenses and software improvements, the only phone that can spill water on the Huawei Mate 40 Pro will probably be the Huawei P40 Pro.