We haven't even arrived in December yet, but the year-end mood has already settled in everyone's hearts and, with it, the infinite lists of ?best of the year? in the most distinct categories have also arrived. Yesterday, it was the turn of the DXOMARK crown the best smartphone cameras 2019.
The lab, known for its hard-fought ranking, divided its award into five categories, and Apple emerged victorious in just one of them, precisely the one that does not relate to static photography.
In choosing the best mobile camera in general (including photo and video), it was natural that the two devices with the highest score of the year were highlighted. And so it was: the winners were the Huawei Mate 30 Pro it's the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition (whew!), with 121 points each and praise for the variety of sensors and the automatic post-processing of both.
In this category, the iPhone 11 Pro Max stayed with the recommendation ?consider also?, for having the third highest score in the ranking (117). Ma's smartphone, however, was the champion in the video category, with 102 points; in terms of scoring, he drew with the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition, but DXOMARK scientists said the iPhone had even better results, with perfect details and shadows even in high-contrast situations and a competent autofocus system with smooth transitions .
The Xiaomi of the above paragraphs (if I write the whole name again, this text will be bigger than ?Faroeste Caboclo?) was champion in another category, the best camera for zoom, with 109 points. Here, the victory was devastating, as the device uses an exclusive technology with two telephoto lenses from different focal lengths, with true optical zoom at 2x and 4x.
O Galaxy Note10 + 5G, from Samsung, received the trophy in the category of best camera ultra-angular, with 42 points the iPhone 11 Pro Max was the runner-up, with 40 points. On the South Korean device, scientists praised the expanded field of view (equivalent to that of a 12mm lens) and good image quality, both in well-lit environments and in more challenging settings.
Finally, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro was crowned as the best device for night photography, with 61 points. The Chinese company has invested a lot of money in its computer photography technology, and the results have arrived: DXOMARK praised the device's ability to produce highly detailed images with great dynamic range even with very little lighting. Interestingly, no iPhone entered this ranking, despite the praise for Night Mode.
And, do you agree with the choices?
iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max
Price view: from R $ 6,299.10Installed price: in at 12x R $ 583.25Colors: space gray, silver, midnight green and goldCapabilities: 64 GB, 256 GB or 512 GBRelease: September 2019
via Cult of Mac