The iPhone XS Max uses a dual 12 megapixel camera with one camera with a pixel size of 1.4 microns and an aperture of f/1.8. The other camera supports twice the zoom, a pixel size of 1.0 micron and an aperture of f/2.4.
DxO scored 110 points for Apple iPhone XS Max photos, which were exposed to contrast 93 points, color 84 points, auto focus 100 points, texture 74 points, noise 68 points, artifact 86 points, flash 74 points, zoom 59 points, bokeh 60 points. In the video, DxO gives a high score of 96 points, of which 88 points, 88 colors, 91 points for autofocus, 58 points for texture, 75 points for noise, 84 points for artifacts, and 94 points for anti-shake.
DxOmark said that the iPhone XS Max camera has improved significantly in many places compared to last year's iPhone X. The overall camera is very reliable and can consistently take good photos.
However, in the weaker light, the brightness noise is still different from other high-end mobile phones (such as Huawei P20 Pro); at the same time, the iPhone's zoom mode also lags behind its competitive models. Huawei will officially release its new flagship Mate20 series on the 16th of this month. Its camera performance is also expected, and it is likely to once again dominate the list.