Earlier this month, DXOMARK reviewed the audio performance The Apple iPhone 12. The smartphone scored 73 points, two points more than last year iPhone 11 Pro Max (71 points), but one point lower iPhone XS Max (74 points). Now the company has published a review of the camera of this phone.
The iPhone 12 reached a distant 13th place on DXOMARK and scored 122 points. The device is not only behind iPhone 12 Pro Max (130 points) and iPhone 12 Pro (128 points) it also scores less points than the iPhone 11 Pro Max (120 points).
Of the four new 5G smartphones he unveiled Apple in 2020, the iPhone 12 can be considered an iPhone for most users. It features a dual camera consisting of a primary 12MP sensor with 1.4 μm pixels, f / 1.6 lens, OIS and PDAF. While the secondary unit equipped with an f / 2.4 lens has a 12/1 / 3.6-inch sensor.
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This camera setting can record 4K videos at 24/30/60 fps, 1080p videos at 30/60/120/240 fps, Dolby Vision HDR videos (up to 30 frames per second). Finally, it supports gyro-EIS and is combined with a dual LED flash.
Speaking of performance, iPhone 12 it achieves 132 points for the camera (images), 112 points for videos and only 41 points for the zoom option because it does not have a telephoto lens.
In short, according to DXOMARK, iPhone 12 cameras generally work well, but lag behind the leading Samsung,, Huawei,, Xiaomi,, OPPOand even Apple’s premium iPhone. However, its video performance is much better than most smartphones. In fact, typing with the iPhone 12 Pro ranks third at this point.
The camera system on the phone offers accurate and consistent autofocus, lighting and colors (indoors). It also plays detailed images outdoors and indoors. In addition, the videos recorded on this handset have a wide dynamic range, pleasant colors and skin tones, and effective stabilization even while walking.
The aforementioned pros do not mean that the performance of the iPhone 12 is flawless. Because cameras also have disadvantages such as limited dynamic range in photos, visible noise in photos (especially in low light), color quantization, hue shift, visible ringing artifacts in photos, zoom capacity, white balance emission even in outdoor photos as videos and low-detail videos in low light scenarios.
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