DxOMark rating recalculated. Now takes into account night shooting

DxOMark, a camera testing company, has revised its smartphone rating based on the quality of night shooting and ultra-wide lens shooting. This is due to the fact that most modern flagships are now equipped with cameras with several lenses and can shoot well in low light conditions by gluing several frames into one.

The updated DxOMark rating was topped by the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G with 117 points. Just below the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G (116 points), followed by three models of Huawei and Honor. Huawei P30 Pro, Honor 20 Pro and Huawei Mate 20 Pro (116, 113 and 112 points respectively).

DxOMark experts have not tested the iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, so these devices are not listed. They have very good cameras, so it can be predicted that their performance will be close to or even surpass the flagships of Samsung and Huawei.

The sequence of smartphones in the ranking has not changed, although the number of points among the leaders has increased unevenly. For smartphones that do not support night mode and ultra-wide lens shooting, it will now be more difficult to occupy the top positions in this rating, even if they shoot very well under normal conditions.

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