The smartphone market has also become a market for imaging sensors with cameras becoming one of if not the primary deciding factor in purchasing a new phone.
The competition among Android phones is a close and strange one, with many of them using the same sensors.
Apple’s iPhones, in contrast, have always been in a league of their own and the latest iPhone 11 Pro Max is even more so with its first triple-lens system.
DxOmark takes the phone through its testing protocols and, while impressive, still fails to wrest the crown from Huawei.
The iPhone 11 Pro max is Apple’s first to use three cameras, adding, for the first time, an ultra-wide-angle camera.
Unlike other phones with such setups, though, Apple used 12 megapixel sensors on all of them, differing only in sensor size and, of course, lenses.