How Good is the Camera of the iPhone 13 Pro

Experts have determined: Apple‘s premium photo array has been ranked at the top of the list, but has failed to oust Chinese manufacturers. However, the base models were rather rated lower. And where is Samsung? Here is the full data.

DxOmark Lab, the most well-known authority in the field of smartphone photography, ranked Apple’s new and advanced smartphone in fourth place, with a score of 137 points – close to Wavy’s Mate 40 Pro Plus, and below Shiomi’s most advanced model.

DxOMark reviewers have tried to accurately simulate our day-to-day use of cameras, and for the test more than 3,000 images and about two and a half hours of video were taken in controlled laboratory environments – both in natural shooting mode, using the camera’s default settings.

DxOMark noted that Apple has managed to get the most out of the photo array, emphasizing that “most of the devices in a higher position in our ranking come with larger and higher resolution sensors in their main cameras”.

In first and second places are Huawei and Xiaomi – respectively – with Huawei P50 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra receiving a score of 144 and 143 points. The third place is taken by the Huawei Mate 40 Pro Plus, with a score of 139 points.

In eighth place is the OPPO Find X3 Pro, which received a handsome score of 131 points. In case you were wondering, none of Samsung’s flagship devices are in the top ten – including the foldable smartphones that were already announced last August.

In 10th place is the iPhone 13 Mini model, which comes with the same photo setup as the iPhone 13 model, with a total score of 130 points. Right behind it, with the same score, is Apple’s premium device from last year – the iPhone 12 Pro.

What makes the new iPhone smartphone so advanced? The new device combines three 12-megapixel photo sensors that show a significant improvement over the previous generation. For example, the telephoto lens allows an optical zoom up to three times. Another sensor presents an option for ultra-wide photography and is capable of capturing up to 92 percent more light, while the main lens also absorbs up to twice as much light.

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Experts have determined: Apple's premium photo array has been ranked at the top of the list, but has failed to oust Chinese manufacturers. However, the base models were rather rated lower. And where is Samsung? Here is the full data.

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