The Asus Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders is the newest gadget to receive a DxOMark photography review. It’s worth mentioning that the device’s first batch of reviews arrived on Monday morning. However, the majority of reviewers complained about poor photo quality, therefore we assume DxOMark ran its tests with unreleased firmware.
The Snapdragon Insiders Smartphone will receive an update that will address texturing, noise, greater photo resolution options, autofocus, enhanced HDR, and multi-frame noise reduction, all of which appear to be working properly in DxO’s camera test. Let’s take a look at DxOMark’s findings now that that’s out of the way.
Let’s begin with the specifications. A main IMX868 1/1.73” 64MP camera with an f/1.8 lens, a 12MP IMX363 1/2.55” ultra wide camera with an f/2.2 lens, and an 8MP telephoto camera with a module capable of 3X optical zoom and an f/2.4 lens are included in the Snapdragon Insiders Smartphone. The front-facing camera, on the other hand, features a 24MP sensor, although DxOMark does not test selfie cameras.
The Smartphone received a score of 133 from DxOMark. Fast and precise autofocus, minimal noise, outstanding dynamic range, and accurate white balance earned it a 142 in pictures. It does note some color rendering errors, irregular white balance on the telescopic camera, and texture loss.
DxOMark claims that the texture, dynamic range, and focusing tests all pass with flying colors, adding that the results are superior to both the Xiaomi MI 11 Ultra and the Apple iPhone 12 Pro. Meanwhile, in low-light situations, the Smartphone’s details decreased a little.
With great autofocus, accurate colors, and decent stabilization, the Smartphone earns a 111 in video, although low-light footage suffers from a ghosting effect.