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Camera Test: iPhone 13 mini has better camera than iPhone 12 Pro Max

Quality photography and videography is one of the important aspect of smartphones. And the iPhone 12 Pro was loved because it delivered when it comes to photos and videos. But, the new iPhone 13 mini seems to have even better camera.

A new camera test by DxOMark has shown that the iPhone 13 Mini has better cameras than the iPhone 12 Pro max. This is not entirely surprising given the fact that apple equipped the iPhone 13 Mini with bigger image sensors.

From the camera test, the iPhone 13 mini has same score as the iPhone 12 Pro max. The iPhone 12 Pro max has better zooming thanks to the 2.5x telephoto lens inside. But, when it comes to video processing, the iPhone 13 is better thanks to the new A15 Bionic chip.

The new A15 Bionic chip processing power is the reason the iPhone 13 mini tops the iPhone 12 Pro max in video score (117 and 113 respectively). Going by the point score above, the iPhone 13 mini is closely behind the iPhone 13 Pro.

Both phones got same 138 points for the Photo score. The iPhone 13 mini however seems to bring a more reliable exposure, good color rendering and consistent, accurate autofocus. Without a telephoto lens inside, the iPhone 13 mini zoom sore is 55 points (its ultra-wide lens was used).

The Apple iPhone 13 Pro model also have an overall score of 137 points. And this still puts it behind the Huawei P50 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. But the iPhone 13 Pro has one of the highest photo score of 144 points tested in a smartphone.

Overall, the Apple iPhone 13 series are among the best camera smartphones going forward. The bigger camera sensors and introduction of the A15 Bionic new image processor brings tons of camera improvements.

If there is a reason why you should get the iPhone 13 Mini over the iPhone 12 Pro max, then it has to be camera. Other reasons include better battery life and newer chipset inside.

DxOMark has made a full review of the iPhone 13 Pro camera and you if you care about the numbers, then read about it from the link below.

Source | DxOMark






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