The standard gurus at DxO have lately appraised the new Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus cameras and pronounced them as best ever tested. With a DxOMark Mobile score of 94, the iPhone 8 plus is ahead of the 92 points scored by the smaller iPhone 8. However, both of the new iPhone models surpass the 90 points mutually attained by Google Pixel and HTC U11.
A lot of hype is being created for the all new iPhone X feature. With this it’s simple to neglect the under-the-hood advances made in the mass market iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus models, both of which constitute a crucial photo quality upgrade.
DxOMark divides operations into photo and video sections, which are further broken down into various shooting scenarios. The tests divulge iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus administer outstanding video performance, but it’s the still photography output that sets them apart from the rest. A considerable part of why the iPhone 8 Plus, specifically operates much better than Google Pixel, is that DxOMark’s is that new barometers assimilate tests intended especially for dual camera arrangements assessing features such as zoom and synthetic bokeh where a single-lens camera like Google Pixel, is unable to compete.
In spite of presuming developments in the camera hardware the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have enhanced upon their predecessors by administering more detailed display better HDR processing and upgraded face identification according to DxOMark.