DxOMark today announced the camera review results for the iPhone 11, with its score on the similar level with Xiaomi 9 released last year and Huawei P20 Pro released the previous year.
The iPhone 11 scored 112 points for taking pictures, 101 points for videos, and 109 points overall. In comparison, Xiaomi Mi 9 scored 110 points, Huawei P20 Pro scored 109 points, and iPhone 11 Pro Max scored 117 points.
However, the latest iPhone 11 has dual cameras, which is a slight improvement over the iPhone XS Max, which scored 106 points last year.
DxOMark believes that compared to the iPhone 11 Pro Max, which scored 124 points in the photo project, the iPhone 11 scored only 112 points, mainly due to the lack of a third telephoto camera, and the telephoto camera can provide better zoom function and bokeh effect.
The iPhone 11 is comparable to the iPhone 11 Pro Max in terms of video shooting capabilities, but there are occasional instabilities in exposure and white balance.
The iPhone 11 is equipped with dual 12-megapixel CMOS, supports full-pixel dual-core phase detection autofocus, HDR, 4K video shooting. The current starting price is $699.