Google unveiled the latest Pixel smartphones called Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL last week. As the first Pixels to flaunt a dual primary camera setup at the rear. The Pixel series from Google was generally considered to offer the best camera phones on the planet, and it was anticipated that the Pixel 4 would continue this trend. However, the new flagship, is not quite the best in the world, according to DxOMark. That’s not to say it’s that good the Pixel 4 camera. It still ranks in the top 10 but has failed to get the first or second position. which is crowned by Huawei Mate 30 Pro and on the second is Samsung Galaxy Note 10 5G.
In DxOMark, the Google Pixel 4 back cameras earn 112 points and 92 points in the front camera. Somewhat unexpectedly, DxOMark also gave 101 points to Pixel 4 and makes one of the top performers in Video recording. This makes the Pixel 4 one of the first 1080p HD smartphones to reach the top of the outdated ranking system since the default metric was 4K video.
Overall, the result of DxOMark reveals that the Pixel 4 shoots great videos and that the exposure and details in still images are great. It also shows that the Pixel 4’s auto-focus is quite accurate. In both indoor and outdoor settings, the Pixel 4 manages to click pretty detailed images. The smartphone is also getting the right colors. DxOMark shows that Pixel 4 often fails in low-light. “It doesn’t retain fine detail as well as the Huawei P30 Pro at the medium and long-range in bright light, but again, the Pixel 4 was often better at these focal ranges for indoor or low-light images.”
It should be borne in mind that Dxomark definitely should not be considered a religion. You would have been much better served to glance at the complete review and see the several sample shots.