The DxOMark results have been updated to add two new tests for smartphone cameras that look specifically tailored for the new iPhone 11 / Pro.
Detailed technical comparisons of the company's camera performance have made it one of the most respected sources of objective data on how well different smartphones compare in terms of their photographic capabilities …
TNW reports that one category is brand new and another is redefined.
DxOMark, the site that reviews phone and digital cameras, adds "Night" and "Wide" ratings to its rear cameras on review phones.
While the Wide result is a new addition, Night is a reworked result that includes low-light photography (similar to
for the result Night DxOMark will test images taken when light levels are between 0 lux and 20 lux It will test scenarios with flash off, flash on and auto flash; it will also perform a special night mode test for phones that have this feature […]
For measure Wide DxOMark Will Take Multiple Samples With Phone In Landscape, Cityscape, Group and photos, interiors, wide-angle close-ups and architectures, the company will test wide-ranging images ranging from 50-1000 lux and between the shortest focal length to its maximum focal length with samples taken at 2mm increments for each iteration.  The company also tested existing cameras and assigned results in these categories to show which iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models will need to beat to be considered best in the class.
For night photography, the Huawei P30 Pro, Samsung Galaxy S10 and Note 10+ 5G are all three ranked devices, each rated 59. The interesting thing is that Google Pixel 3 – which gets all the accolades for its nightly photos – has a much lower rating score of 49. This may be because it ranks well in non-Flash photos, but less well in flash shots.
When it comes to wide-angle photography, the two flagships of Samsung are the ones to beat, the Note 10+ 5G scores 42, and the S10 5G closes 40 points behind.
Factoring in these new results up to th Overall rankings led the Huawei P30 Pro to outperform the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G.
The company will, of course, test all three of Apple's newest iPhones when it gets its hands on them, so we need to have DxOMark ratings for iPhone 11 through next week or so.
Our sister site 9to5Google has collected some sample photos comparing the iPhone 11 Pro with the Pixel 3 and although in some cases there is a clear winner – as in the photos below – it's not always the same device and there are some pictures where this is a subjective call.
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