iPhone 12 and 12 mini DxOMark scores have been announced. The score of smartphones did not exceed expectations. Popular for measuring phone camera performance, DxOMark has focused on Apple’s new devices this time around. The DxOMark score for the iPhone 12 and 12 mini front camera has been announced. The score of the phones did not exceed expectations. In fact, the device lagged behind the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus.
iPhone 12 and 12 lagged on Galaxy Note 10 Plus with mini front camera
The front camera of the new iPhone family does not differ from each other in terms of technical properties. According to DxOMark’s test, the front cameras of the devices are in the iPhone 12 series are the same. Both the Pro and Pro Max as well as the base and mini models scored 98 points in the test.
On the other hand, the details of the test show that there is no difference in the front camera of the phones in the series. The iPhone 12 and 12 mini DxOMark score was 101 for photography and 93 for video. These results were the same for the Pro and Pro Max models.
The test results of current iPhone models could not exceed expectations. The phones just surpassed the base model from the Samsung Galaxy S21 family. At the same time, the iPhone 12 family was left behind with an older generation device, such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. Note 10 Plus scored 99 points in DxOMark’s front camera test. In addition, the Exynos model of the S21 Ultra managed to score 100 points in the same test.