iPhone 13 Pro performance reaches 4th position DXOMARK

iPhone 13 Pro performance reaches 4th position DXOMARK

iPhone 13 Pro performance – Recently DXOMARK has tested the iPhone 13 Pro camera, and this phone managed to achieve an overall score of 137 points.

Some time ago, Apple officially announced theseries iPhone 13. One of these series is the iPhone 13 Pro. The processor it uses is Apple’s own A15 Bionic. The screen of this phone is 6.1 inches with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

One of the emphasized features of the iPhone 13 Pro is the camera. This phone has a triple camera configuration on the backside, consisting of a 12 MP (f/1.5) 26mm dual pixel PDAF main camera and sensor-shift OIS. The Second Camera is a telephoto (77mm) 3x 12 MP optical zoom with OIS. at the same time, the last camera is an ultra-wide 13 mm 12 MP resolution.

For the record, all the listed focal lengths have been equated with the 35mm camera format. The Lidar 3D Time-of-Flight (TOF) system also helps produce bokeh photos like using a DSLR or mirrorless camera with a large aperture.

Recently DXOMARK has tested the iPhone 13 Pro camera, and the phone managed to achieve an overall score of 137 points. With this, the Apple-made phone is in the fourth position, just above the Huawei Mate 40 Pro (136 points) and below the Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ (139 points). For information, the first position is controlled by the Huawei P50 Pro with a score of 144 points.

As is well known, 137 points on the performance of the iPhone 13 Pro rear camera is the average value of the Photo test with a score of 144 points, Zoom with 76 points and Video with 119 points.

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The highest score in the Photo test is Color, which won 107 points. This is due to the fairly high accuracy of the colors it offers. Do not miss the White balance, which is accurate in almost all light conditions.

Color quality and contrast have improved in backlit portraits, and images show a higher level of detail when compared to the predecessor model, especially when shooting indoors. Apple engineers have successfully used the new sensor’s larger pixel pitch to improve detail preservation, but, like on the 12 Pro, luminance noise interference is still noticeable in most shooting situations.

The camera zoom score with a value of 76 points is arguably not good enough. However, its performance still has an improvement when compared to the iPhone 12 Pro. This is thanks to the 3x optical zoom compared to 2.5x on the older model.

The Video test score of 119 points is pretty good, thanks to some hardware upgrades on the iPhone 13 Pro. It improved AF performance which is now more responsive and accurate in every scene and lighting condition. Focus shifting is smooth when detecting subjects both near and far. There are also no distractions back and forth focus.


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