The DxOMark platform was known for exhaustively evaluating the main cameras of smartphones. Nowadays it also tests the front cameras (Selfie), as well as the audio of the equipment.
And although the ratings can be seen by users as ‘cloudy’, the truth is that this is an interesting barometer, which can help users learn more about the equipment.
DxOMark starts testing smartphone screens
It has now been announced that DxOMark will go further, and start testing the equipment’s screens. He wants to go beyond the specifications, and test “legibility, colors, video, movement, touch and artifacts”.
The best smartphone screens, according to DxOMark
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – 89 points
- OnePlus 8 Pro – 88 points
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra – 87 points
- Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max – 84 points
- TCL 10 Pro
As you can see from the list above, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has, at the date of this article, the best screen on a smartphone by DxOMark. And if you want to know more about it, you can consult our analysis of the equipment.
Soon after, without surprises, we found the OnePlus 8 Pro and the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It will be surprising to find in fourth place the iPhone 11 Pro Max (already from 2019) and the TCL 10 Pro, which is not exactly one of the most popular devices.
DxOMark changes camera testing protocol
The platform also announced changes to the camera testing protocols. The “confidence” in the image is taken into account, after seeing the quality of the photo when it was taken. The autofocus will also have a new test methodology.
Although the tests have been revised, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra remains the best camera on the market according to DxOMark. The iPhone 11 Pro Max made a big leap, as it has great reliability when you take the image. See all the details here.
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