DxOMark camera score of OnePlus’ popular phone OnePlus 8T has been announced. The 8T lagged behind the brand’s previous phones.
OnePlus 8T, which was introduced in October but has not been officially launched in our country so far, has been the guest of DxOMark, famous for camera reviews. The site soon revealed the details of the smartphone’s camera review.
The OnePlus8T, which has a 48-megapixel quad rear camera at the back, could not be a phone that makes a difference with its camera features. We can see this situation in the published results report. Now, without further ado, let’s move on to the camera score of the phone.
First of all, let’s remind you of the main camera features of the phone.
OnePlus 8T Camera Features
- Standard wide camera: Sony IMX586 1/2 ″ 48 MP sensor, 0.8 µm, 26mm equivalent f / 1.7 aperture, PDAF, OIS
- Ultra-wide camera: 12 MP sensor and 14mm equivalent f / 2.2 lens
- Macro camera: 5 MP sensor (not covered by the DXOMARK test protocol)
- Monochrome camera: 2 MP sensor (not covered by the DXOMARK test protocol)
- 4K video recording at 60/30 fps (4K / 30fps tested)
- The 8T scored 115 points in the photo test, 52 points in zoom and 102 points in video performance, on average 111 points in the overall ranking. This allowed the 8T to rank in the same order as Pixel 4a and Sony Xperia 5 II. The 8T, which managed to beat OnePlus Nord (108 points), was behind the previous phones OnePlus 7 pro and OnePus 7T Pro (114).
Looking at the review, it is stated that the 8T provides good exposure in most cases and keeps the plan sharp in wide depth of field. Again, the phone, which has good depth estimates in bokeh shots, shows effective video stabilization in bright light and indoor conditions.
If we talk about the cons of the phone on the camera side; Color dropouts and erroneous color rendering are particularly noticeable in low-light photos and video. The limited dynamic range, strong noise especially in low light, loss of detail in mid and long-range telephoto shots, inconsistent focusing in sudden focus transitions, and excessive noise in low-light video shooting were factors that lowered the camera’s score.