DxOMark Camera Test – In July this year, Qualcomm released a dedicated smartphone for its high-end chipsets. The device is called Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders. It was designed by Asus and came with top-notch features that Qualcomm has to offer. In a review, we were able to test out the camera on the smartphone.
Snapdragon smartphones were tested this week based on their camera setups by DxOMark. One hundred thirty-three points were awarded to the device by a renowned assessment. According to this metric, the Snapdragon phone scores higher than many top-rated smartphones, including Oppo Find X3 Pro, Vivo X50 Pro+, and even the Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max.
Although the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra uses a “less impressive camera module combination” than the Snapdragon smartphone, the publication still ranked it similarly to the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra.
What’s more in the DxOMark Camera Test?
With a triple-lens setup, this camera module combines 64 MP, 12 MP, and 8. MP ultra-wide lenses for better wide-angle shots. Additionally, both the principal and telephoto lenses are stabilized.
Videos can be shot at 8K UHD (6480 x 4320) at 30 FPS or 4K at either 60 or 30 frames per second with the Snapdragon phone. Furthermore, a 4K AutoFPS feature enables the frame rate to change dynamically between 60 and 30 FPS. The video modes are all stabilized.
DxOMark camera test analyzed a trio of metrics for the Asus Smartphone. Additionally, it can record videos, click photos, zoom the camera, and take pictures.
Snapdragon smartphones scored 142 points for photos. A few of its strengths have been listed as “autofocus, noise reduction, and preview.” The latter can display a preview before the final image is produced.
“A precise target exposure, a wide dynamic range, nice colors, no visible noise, and good detail retention across almost all lighting conditions” are some of the other aspects of the camera that photographers appreciate.
Accordingly, the Snapdragon device scored 74 for its zooming capabilities. The tele-zoom function on the camera is said to preserve good details in the photo, according to DxOMark.
Super-resolution and HDR algorithms are responsible for quality retention. The ultra-wide camera on the device has a limited field of view, but exposure and dynamic range are suitable.