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DxOMark audio testing begins, finds iPhone 11 Pro Max worse than iPhone XS Max

DxOMark audio testing has today been added to the company’s services. The company has so far made a name for itself as the go-to source for in-depth, objective tests of smartphone cameras, and now it hopes to achieve the same reputation in testing smartphone speakers and microphones.

DxOMark audio testing kicked off with five smartphones…



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The cameras the iPhone 11 needs to beat in new wide and night DxOMark scores

DxOMark scores have been updated to add two new smartphone camera tests that seem tailor-made for the new iPhone 11/Pro.

The company’s detailed technical comparisons of cameraphone performance have made it one of the most widely-respected sources of objective data on how well different smartphones compare when it comes to their photographic capabilities…



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iPhone 7 camera climbs respected DxOMark review ranking, beating out tied iPhone 6/6s scores

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Highly respected DxOMark has published its ultra detailed iPhone 7 camera review and the results are overwhelmingly positive across the board. iPhone 7 actually scores higher than the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, which both tied with lower scores despite an improved camera on both models, which speaks to the advances Apple has made this year on the 4.7-inch iPhone even without the dual-sensor iPhone 7 Plus.



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iPhone 6s camera ranked by DxOMark – no better (or worse) than iPhone 6

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DxOMark recently published its review of the iPhone 6s, and it confirms what we already sort-of new: it’s not a huge step up from the last generation iPhones. In fact, the camera performs ever-so-slightly worse than last year’s iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which both entered the DxOMark rankings in 1st place when they were reviewed last year.



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iPhone 6/Plus cameras ranked joint 1st in highly-respected DxOMark Mobile tests

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The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cameras have taken joint first place in the influential DxOMark Mobile ranking of smartphone cameras – three points ahead of the two Android smartphones which previously headed the list, the Samsung Galaxy S5 and Sony Xperia Z3.

DxO Labs tests the image quality of literally thousands of cameras from entry-level smartphones to professional DSLRs, and is considered by many in the photography field to be the definitive database. The company said that Apple has “set the gold standard for smartphone image quality” … 

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