The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone Mini received DxOMark charges, which first won fourth overall. The lower versions of the iPhone 13 have the same features as the iPhone 12 Max and the 10th edition in total and last year’s premium flags from Apple.
The iPhone 13 Mini also took first place in the DxOMark Premium rankings. While the iPhone 13 Pro Max also took fourth place in the highest ratings. The top spot is the Huawei P50 Pro.
iPhone 13 Pro:
According to the latest DxOMark status, the iPhone 13 Pro has 137 on the main camera and 99 on the selfie camera update, while the iPhone 13 mini has 130 on the main camera and 99 on the selfie camera update.
- The first is ranked 4th in the world and the last is among the top 10. This is because Apple has adopted the same sensor as the iPhone 12 series for iPhone 13 and iPhone Mini.
- An iPhone 13 was launched earlier this month at an Apple broadcast event in California.
DxOMark’s review of the iPhone 13 Pro explains the pros and cons of the controller’s smartphone camera.
- Advantages include a precise display and good color, white balance, and color tones in many lighting conditions.
- Some experts offer quick and accurate focus, fine details on internal and external conditions.
- Other limitations of the iPhone Pro camera include light, noise, limited power range, and limited specifications for photos.
The 13 Pro scored 144 for a photo test. 76 for a burning test, and 119 for a video test. According to the benchmarking website, “like all iPhones, the color rendering shines with a nice color tone and a slightly warmer touch, and the camera is very perfect.”
DxOMark Premium Rankings:
The low profile of the iPhone 13 shows that. It was in the same place as last year’s iPhone 12 Pro Max. DxOMark also reviews the pros and cons of smartphone cameras. Experts have direct orientation. Stunning color and white balance such as speed, accuracy, and repetitive focus. The bottom of the small camera is exactly the same as the iPhone 13 Pro camera.
The iPhone 13 mini-model won 138 points on photo testing, 55 on zoom, and 117 on video test. DxOMark says that “camera performance is very close to the largest and most expensive of the iPhone 13 Pro, except Telephoto lens, and much higher than last year’s, the iPhone 12 Pro Max.”