iPhone XS DXO Mark –
Apple launched the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR in the most awaited annual event. iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max both have the same design as we have seen in the previous gen, iPhone X, but a lot of under-the-hood improvement have been done, like the new powerful A12 Bionic processor, faster Face recognition setup and the new improved camera. Here, we will be talking about the camera ratings of the new iPhone XS, which has been tested by the renowned firm DXO Mark. And in the series of test, overall iPhone XS DXO Mark rating beats Galaxy Note 9 scores according to a leaked image.
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The new iPhone XS series comes with the improved camera system over the last year’s iPhone X. Recalling the camera specifications, both the smartphones in the iPhone XS series have a dual rear camera setup with a 12-megapixel wide-angle sensor (f/1.8 aperture) as the primary sensor and another 12-megapixel telephoto with f/2.4 aperture acts as a secondary sensor, also the rear camera get) and have capabilities such as 2x optical zoom and 10x digital zoom.
Both the devices almost have same DXO Mark scores, but iPhone XS series managed to get a point more than the Galaxy Note 9. DXO Mark tests the camera of the smartphone at some different levels, and gives scores in each part according to the performance of the device, and the overall scores are considered as the main DXO Mark rating, with which one can easily interpret the camera performance of the smartphone.
After putting the iPhone XS/ XS Max in different series of tests, DXO Mark has given a score of 104, whereas, the Galaxy Note 9 gets a score of 103, which is not really a big difference if we see generally, but still it makes a difference.