After the cameras, DxOMark has ventured to assess the audio quality of smartphones. The most recent object of its ratings was Google Pixel 4 which ranked fifth in its rank.
With a total of 68 points, the Google Pixel 4 is the third best sound quality Android smartphone on the market. It should be noted that in the top-5 we have the iPhone XS Max and iPhone 11 Pro Max.
Pixel 4 is better at playback than audio recording
Tests by DxOMark conclude that Pixel 4 excels above all in audio playback. Still, the platform had to leave a fix on bass quality, which is slightly below other tops.
Already on the side of audio recording lies a small disappointment that it captures music with better quality than voices. An unfortunate conclusion to a piece of equipment that has the ability to transcribe speech in real time.
Despite these conclusions, it is not fair to say that Pixel 4 is weak in audio recording, quite the opposite. DxOMark points out that Google's smartphone can pick up undistorted audio even in noisy environments, such as a rock or electronic concert.
Still, the platform emphasizes that there is room for improvement in this regard. There is still a considerable difference for the Huawei Mate 20X which is the leader of this ranking with a total of 75 points.
Top 5 best sound quality smartphones for DxOMark
- Huawei Mate 20 X – 75 points
- iPhone XS Max – 74 points
- iPhone 11 Pro Max – 71 points
- Asus ROG Phone II – 69 points
- Google Pixel 4 – 68 points
It is also curious to note that Samsung does not place any of its equipment among the top five in the market in sound quality. The Galaxy Note 10+ 5G appears only in sixth place, contrasting with its fourth position among the best in photography.
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