iPhone XS Max camera can’t beat reigning champ Huawei P20 Pro

The iPhone XS Max has a great camera system, but it doesn’t beat the one featured by the Huawei P20 Pro.

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iPhone XS Max camera can’t beat reigning champ Huawei P20 Pro

The camera review we have all been waiting is finally here. That’s DxOMark review of Apple’s latest iPhone XS Max rear camera.

Apple iPhones are globally reputed for the powerful cameras and the latest iPhone XS Max is not any different.

Quite interestingly, DxOMark’s rating places the iPhone XS Max below the Huawei P20 Pro. That means Huawei’s triple rear camera packing still has the best camera at this moment.

Total Score:

The overall score for iPhone XS Max camera is 105. That’s a very good result, but, still falls short of the P20 Pro’s 109.

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iPhone XS Max vs Huawei P20 Pro

What makes the iPhone XS Max the second best smartphone?

Apple’s 2018 flagship includes the iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max and both models have similar camera specification.

Although the camera and lens testing company praised the camera of Apple’s latest top of the line smartphone for its still and video quality in bright light.

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The iPhone XS Max luminance noise is a little more intrusive than with other high-end smartphones, while its zoom mode lags behind Huawei’s P20 Pro.

How about the flash result?

There is some underexposure in images captured with flash and quite noticeable luminance areas of high contrast pictures.

In the photo realm, the iPhone XS Max captures great images in bright light, with reliable and consistent results shot after shot.

DxOMark noticed that the 12 megapixels sensor in the dual camera setups wide angle module of the iPhone XS Max is larger than on the one found on the original iPhone X.

The DxOMark team says that while zoom on the iPhone XS Max has been slightly improved from the iPhone X.

The handset has course luminance and less detail in zoom shots when compared to competitors such as the Huawei P20 Pro and the Galaxy Note9.

The current leader in the DxOMark ranking, the Huawei P20 Pro, captures a wide dynamic range.

This review is going to generate some controversy, especially from Apple fans. In the end, the reality is that Apple’s iPhone XS Max is not the highest rated phone for photography despite its huge price tag.

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