Huawei P20 Pro Beats The iPhone XS Max And Others In Camera Shoot-out


With the launch of Apple's set of iPhones, its been reviews, reviews and comparisons between top Android device and the Apple products.

The latest review comparing the iPhone XS Max camera with a host of other Android flagship devices seems to surface.



According to a test carried out by smartphone camera benchmark website DxOMark, the iPhone XS Max came second to Huawei's P20 Pro during an intensive camera test that touched various aspects such as texture, noise, zoom, flash, bokeh, and many other areas..

 The test carried out involved top premium devices such as; the Google Pixel 2, Xiaomi Mi8, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Plus, Apple iPhone X, HTC U12+, Huawei P20 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S9 and Apple's iPhone XS Max.

Apple's last year iPhone X came last on the list with a score of 97, while Google Pixel 2 came second to the last with a score of 98.

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus and Xiaomi Mi 8 got the 5th position with a score of 99 each, while the Huawei P20 came 4th with a score of 102. Next on the list to get the 3rd position were Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and HTC U12+ who both got a score of 103.


Apple's biggest flagship of 2018, the first ever iPhone to spec a large display of 6.5-inch Super AMOLED came second to Huawei with a score of 105 while the Huawei P20 Pro got a whopping 109 in score. Making Huawei's triple rear camera as the best camera smart phone in the world when it comes to photography.

DxOMark website read:

"The Apple iPhone XS Max comes with one of the best mobile cameras we have ever tested, and in many areas offers noticeable improvements over last year's iPhone X. Both still video image quality in bright light are excellent, with a very wide dynamic range and good detail. Autofocus and image stabilization work swiftly and efficiently, and the caera is very reliable overall, consistently delivering good results."

However, the smartphone camera benchmark website, went on to add that; "In lower light, luminance noise becomes a little more intrusive than with other high-end phones, and the iPhone's zoom mode lags somewhat behind the competition (specifically, the Huawei P20 Pro) as well."

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