New testing method will take into account dual cameras, selfie performance, and other recent trends.
The way we use our phones' cameras has changed a lot since 2012, back when DxOMark first started testing smartphone shooters. Until today, the firm's scores only take into account a limited subset of the capabilities of modern smartphones — but that's about to change.
In recent months, DxO has embarked on an extensive data-gathering mission to find out how people use their smartphone cameras in 2017.
DxOMark has gathered data about how people use their phone cameras in 2017 to come up with a new scoring system. The new system should better reflect a modern phone camera and how it's used.
Testing cameras is what DxOMark does, but while many DSLRs and mirrorless systems have remained more or less the same for the last decade, one can hardly say the same for mobile phones. Dual lenses, optical zoom and more are now mar...
With dual 13-megapixel cameras and a borderless display, the Sony Xperia C5 Ultra ups your smartphone selfie game.
It was just a matter of time. After the dual rear camera became the norm for smartphone flagships, it's apparently time for the number of selfie cameras on phones to double as well. Oppo's next smartphone, the F3 Plus, will have a ...