iPhone XS Max Camera Ranked Below Huawei P20 Pro
Independent camera ratings agency, DxoMark, has ranked Apple’s new flagship smartphone, the iPhone XS Max, below Huawei’s P20 Pro despite the later launching nearly six months ago.
It comes as Chinese-based Huawei continues to taunt Apple, asserting its existing smartphones far exceed the capabilities of Apple’s new stable.
Last month, Huawei made headlines for distributing free power banks to iPhone fans waiting in line, remarking “you’ll need it.”
It also forms part of Huawei’s Mate 20 promotion, which is scheduled to launch later this month.
DxOMark has awarded the iPhone XS Max a 105, narrowly falling behind the Huawei Pro 20 with 109.
The overall score is an amalgamation of video and photography sub-scores (96 and 100).
DxOMark claims the iPhone XS Max’s camera zoom has room for improvement, however, is better than the iPhone X. By contrast, the device’s camera autofocus system is one of its best tested.
Image detail is deemed less than Huawei’s P20 Pro, coupled with underexposure in images captured with flash.
Further information and a full review is available on DxOMark’s website here.