The disappointing DxOMark score of the front camera of Apple’s most powerful smartphone, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, has been announced. Both the video and photo performance were examined, and the front camera was ranked 10th on the list with an average of 91 points.
DxOMark, a platform that examines the cameras of smartphones in detail and scores them, shared the camera performance results of iPhone 11 recently. At this point, disappointing with the camera performance, the iPhone 11 was behind many Android phones with overall 109 points in photo and video performance.
It is worth noting that although the accuracy of DxOMark scores is criticized, the test results are currently accepted by many authorities. However, DxOMark’s latest report unveiled the performance of the front camera of the iPhone 11 Pro Max. At this point, the front camera of the phone was examined in terms of both photo and video quality.
iPhone 11 Pro Max placed 10th on DxOMark list:
According to the statements made, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which managed to get 93 points in the photo point, was able to get 90 points in the video point and achieved a general average of 91 points. According to this analysis by DxOmark, the iPhone 11 Pro Max, whose front camera is better than iPhone XS Max, was the only Apple branded phone in the top 10 of the DxOMark list.
iPhone 11 Pro Max can shoot 4K (2160p) at 24/30/60 FPS frame rates and HD (1080p) at 30/60/120 FPS with its front camera. Despite this, the list; There are many Android phones that have managed to surpass the iPhone 11 Pro Max such as Huawei nova 6 5G, Samsung Galaxy Note10 +, Galaxy S10 + and Huawei Mate 30 Pro. Even at this point, even the Galaxy Note9 phone of 2018 is ahead of the iPhone 11 Pro Max with an average score of 92.
Using Apple’s latest technology A13 Bionic processor, iPhone 11 Pro Max offers triple camera setup, 12 MP + 12 MP + 12 MP on the back. The phone, which comes out of the box with the iOS 13 version, is offered for sale in our country with prices starting from 12,000 TL.