Whenever Apple releases a new iPhone, there will inevitably be a lot of buzz around it, as it’s the kind of thing that could potentially get a lot of consumers to buy quickly with whatever has been considered and factored in. . Much of this buzz often involves the camera since each new iteration of the iPhone gets a better camera than its predecessor and it turns out things are no different when it comes to the iPhone 13 Pro.
The DXOMark camera test is a major way for people to determine the kind of value a camera can bring to their lives, and the iPhone 13 Pro received a total score of 137. That puts it at 4th place, and even though it missed out on first place by a wide margin, it still ended up in the top 5, which is a strong indicator that Apple has the right idea when it comes to cameras. and others.
The score is an average based on three separate scores, namely those for images, videos and zoom. The iPhone 13 Pro has an improved score over last year’s model, but Apple still lags in the zoom area with a score of just 76. It’s better than last year and its excellent. Image score of 144 and admirable video a score of 119 means the average is 137. The first place in the list went to the Huawei P50 Pro with the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra in second place and these two phones got some scores of 144 and 143 respectively, showing how many Chinese companies dominate the smartphone market, especially when taking cameras into account.
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