We always look closely to the professionalism of DxO Mark: The trusted industry standard for camera and lens image quality and today they have published a comprehensive overview of smartphone camera technologies and their impact on image quality measurements from 2012 to today. In their article, they look at the evolution of both Photo and Video scores by comparing one of the first high-end devices they tested, the Nokia 808 PureView, to today’s flagship phones, such as the Google Pixel 2, the iPhone X, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. They also analyze how the introduction of innovative imaging technologies, such as dual-cameras, multi-frame-stacking, and dual-pixel autofocus have impacted different aspects of smartphone camera image quality and performance, such as texture and noise, exposure, autofocus, zoom quality, and the appearance of bokeh.
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