Apple recently launched the iPhone 12 sets of phones. Populated by four new phones – iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max: This new series has been pretty well received since its launch. This is because all the devices are quite powerful as they hide the A14 Bionic chipset under the hood and also impress in cameras and other areas of performance.
While the phones have impressed overall, they have also emerged as solid upgrades over their predecessors. This is something we have seen in the past as well iPhone 12 Pro camera review by DxOMark which revealed that the new model offers improvements over last year iPhone 11 Pro right where it was needed resulting in a 4-point improvement over the 11 Pro.
In the review, the iPhone 12 Pro scored a total of 128 points, ranking fourth in the overall ranking of the publication and on par with Xiaomi’s Mi 10 Pro, but falling one point behind Huawei’s P40 Pro.
According to the review, the iPhone 12 Pro exhibited “consistent autofocus performance, accurate color and detail retention”. It worked well in indoor shots too, with the phone capturing a good amount of detail and exposure as well.
It also improves crucially in night shots which, despite having some noise, were really good in their review. The review, however, states that dynamic range wasn’t that impressive and the telephoto sensor also didn’t perform too well with more demanding tasks when zoomed farther. Ultra wide angle performance was good but not as good as some of the other flagships.
According to the camera benchmarking website, video recording is good, with the camera proving good in terms of autofocus, exposure, and color accuracy. Stabilization also appears to be a strong point of the device, as well as capturing a lot of detail even in low light conditions. The wide dynamic range was another strong point.
To remind readers, the iPhone 12 Pro is powered by the same A14 Bionic chipset that is seen on the other iPhone 12 phones launched this year. However, it differs slightly in terms of camera hardware from the iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini. This is because it uses three 12-megapixel sensors, instead of two on the two phones mentioned above. All three sensors emit 12 megapixel shots.
The main lens offers an F / 1.6 aperture and OIS. It sits next to an ultrawide lens with an F / 2.4 aperture and a 52mm telephoto module with an F / 2.0 aperture and OIS. There is also a LiDAR sensor which is used for depth sensing.
The iPhone 12 Pro scored a total of 128 points in the DxOMark camera ranking.
- Apples iPhone 12 Pro has been reviewed by DxOMark.
- The iPhone 12 Pro received a better rating than iPhone 11 Pro.
- He scored a total of 128 points in the test.