DXOMARK official website's new ranking list is released

DXOMARK said today that the DXOMARK engineer team has developed and upgraded smartphone imaging, screen, audio, battery, and selfie test benchmarks and a new scoring system for more than a year and launched today. DXOMARK released the scoring and algorithm structure for the first time, "aiming to be more transparent and closer to the real user experience of users, and to provide consumers with a more valuable and meaningful reference." Now, the latest scores and rankings of DXOMARK have been updated on the official website.

The latest data from DXOMARK shows that the Honor Magic4 Ultimate Edition camera score of 147 is still first, 1 point more than before; Huawei P50 Pro is second, Apple iPhone 13 Pro, Apple iPhone 13 Pro Max, and Xiaomi 11 Ultra tied for third, Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ sixth, Xiaomi 12S Ultra dropped to seventh (previously fifth), Huawei Mate 40 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra tied for eighth, Google Pixel 6 Pro and Vivo X70 Pro+ Tied for tenth place, Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max ranked twelfth.

DXOMARK said it has developed a comprehensive test system, Analyzer, that enables manufacturers to accurately test, calibrate and optimize image quality to meet the ever-increasing shooting needs of users. "Analyzer is the industry's most complete and best-performing solution for measuring still and video image quality and includes 14 test modules, each of which focuses on a different attribute of image quality."

According to DXOMARK, the new DXOMARK test benchmark is mainly updated based on real use cases, including more daily usage in different scenarios and environments, and is committed to being one step closer to users. In order to make the scoring system more transparent, the scoring standards and calculation formulas of each test benchmark are now publicly available on the official website. In order to improve readability, the score range of each benchmark is also unified, making it easier for users to understand the scores of different benchmarks and the product performance they represent.

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