The iPhone 11 Pro Max presented itself as having one of the best cameras on a smartphone to date. Obtaining general recognition from those who tested it, it managed to reach a modest fifth place in the DxOMark ranking in tests on the rear cameras.
DxOMark has now unveiled its tests on Apple’s flagship front camera. The smartphone managed to reach an impressive (little) 92 points, ranking tenth in this ranking.
In this test DxOMark makes a point of praising the wide angle lens, which allows more object in focus. The focus turns out to be another one of the great strengths of a camera capable of capturing faces and backgrounds in great detail.
iPhone 11 Pro Max is a powerful device for selfies
This is a powerful device for selfies, thanks to the quality exposure it can use on the face. Skin tones turn out to be quite reliable, even in bright conditions.
For DxOMark, the least strong point of the front camera of the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the noise. In tests, this proved to be quite remarkable at times when the smartphone was used indoors in low light conditions.
As with photographs, it is in the noise that the videos on this camera can improve. Still, it is one of the best options on the market for anyone wishing to do vlogging with the smartphone.
DxOMark’s rankings serve only as a gauge, and have a defined standard. It will always remain for the user to use this ranking as just another way to evaluate a camera when making a purchase.
Full analysis of the front camera of the iPhone 11 Pro Max
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