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Apple iPhone 12 Pro Scores 128 points in DXOMARK Review

The Apple iPhone 12 series is now available for global purchase. At the same time, a number of reviews and other checks are carried out to assess the consistency of the hardware used in the iPhone 12 series. The new smartphone that has undergone a comprehensive DxOMark camera test is the iPhone 12, which is the branded device in the series. And this could be bad news for some of you. The camera analysis of the iPhone 12 indicates that the photograph on this device is not outstanding. The iPhone 12 reached the 13th position on DxOMark’s list, dropping behind many Android flagships.

The default iPhone model this year earned a cumulative score of 122, not only less than the iPhone 12 Pro Max (130 points) or iPhone 12 Pro (128 points) but also lower than the DxOMark score for Android smartphones such as Huawei Mate 40 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, Vivo X50 Pro+ and Oppo Find X2 Pro, among others which is potentially a little disappointing for Apple fans. The keyword here is potentially because the images on the iPhone 12 are otherwise well-detailed and maintain a decent dynamic range, even under low light conditions. It’s just that the Android phones mentioned above can do a little bit better in certain cases, as per DxOMark.

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The DxOMark score for the iPhone 12 camera is 132 while the score for the video is 112. Out of the two, the video score is excellent, thanks to the new Dolby Vision video recording support. DxOMark has outlined how good or poor the iPhone 12 sensors, the 12MP F1.6 main sensor and the 12MP F2.4 ultra-wide sensor are. The main camera supports OIS and PDAF, as well as 4K 60fps recording with Dolby Vision HDR capped at 30fps.

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According to the iPhone 12 camera review, the exposure in photos is “generally accurate,” although the dynamic range should have been wider. The sensor can maintain fun colors, but there are occasional casts in the images. Autofocus is spot on but the shots often collect noise in unfavorable lighting. Bokeh mode is also “disappointing.”

In the iPhone 12 footage, the output matches that of the iPhone 12 Pro cameras. According to the camera review, the exposure is good and the dynamic range is broad, largely due to the Dolby Vision HDR functionality. The autofocus in videos works well while the color accuracy is on the mark. Daylight videos are much better than those taken in low light or indoors because they keep a lot of noise. The EIS in videos is powerful enough to eliminate the assholes and shakes.

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The key reasons why DxOMark has deducted some of the points in the analysis are the inclusion of objects in pictures, over-shaping and ghosting. The zoom level of the iPhone 12 is also poor because there is no telephoto sensor on the device. Apple just gave the telephoto sensor to the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. “If zoom and portrait mode performance isn’t a priority for you the iPhone 12 essentially gives the iPhone 12 Pro all for less,” said DxOMark in his iPhone 12 camera analysis.

The Apple iPhone 12 was launched in October and was launched in India the same month. It starts at  79,900 in India, which is  10,000 higher than the iPhone 12 mini price. 

The iPhone 12 Pro costs 
 1,19,900 and the iPhone 12 Pro Max starts  1,29,900.

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