Here are the finer details.
DxOMark is a benchmarking website that tests different types of cameras, ranging from smartphones to professional cameras. For ratings, several industry-standard tests are conducted wherein 1,500+ images and 2+ hours of video are captured and examined in controlled lab environments and in natural indoor/outdoor scenes.
With a fast and accurate autofocus system, consistent exposure across different lighting conditions and very wide dynamic range, the iPhone 11 Pro Max scored a total of 124 points in the still photos test.
In the video tests, DxOMark awarded the Apple flagship 102 points, making it share the top spot with the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition.
According to DxOMark, the still images captured by the iPhone 11 Pro Max did show some highlights clipping in "very difficult scenes", a lightly greenish cast was visible in some indoor scenes and a slight yellow cast was noted in portrait mode.
In video tests, some white balance issues and occasional aliasing effect was spotted.
Meanwhile, the front-camera's performance is yet to be published.
In terms of the overall score, iPhone 11 Pro Max trails the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition aka Mi Note 10 Pro with four points as both the Chinese handsets lead the charts with a total score of 121 points.
To recall, the iPhone 11 Pro Max features a triple-camera system comprising a 12MP (f/1.8) standard lens, a 12MP (f/2.4) telephoto lens, and a 12MP (f/2.0) ultra-wide-angle lens. The primary unit is capable of shooting 4K HDR videos at upto 60fps.
On the front, it has a 12MP selfie snapper that supports Smart HDR, 4K video recording, and slo-mo video recording (1080p at 120fps).
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