29 January 2019

Poco F1 DxOMark Camera Results Show The overall results are just behind the iPhone 8

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29 January 2019
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F1 Rs. Poco. 20,899 attracted already the masses at an affordable price point with their Snapdragon 845 SoC flagship. However, DxOMark 's camera benchmark portal has already established that the Xiaomi phone is not just the processor but also one of its major advantages. The DxOMark Team stresses that the Poco F1 is in line with the Apple iPhone 8 camera performance. In most cases, the telephone offers decent exposure, color and noise. The autocentricity and stabilization provided also make the Poco F1 an appropriate video recording option.

The Poco F1 has a photo score of 92 as a result of various tests carried out by DxOMark while its video recording performance has a score of 90. Only behind the 93 score of the iPhone 8, the Poco F1 photo score is back in September 2017. The iPhone model had, however, a quality video score of 90, which matches Poco F1, in the video recording section.

In particular, the iPhone 8 is currently being launched at an official rs price. The price of the Poco F1, in India, is 59,900 and is more than twice that of the starting Rs. 97,807. In addition to a 12-Megapixel primary sensor, with an f/1.9 lens and a 5 Megapixel secondary sensor and an F/2,0 lens for deep sensing, the Poco F1 sports a dual rear camera set-up. This is different than the iPhone 8 with a single 12-megapixel sensor and an F/1.8 lens and an OIS support.

For detail of the test, DxOMark engineers stress that, thanks to the' very respectful performance' of the Poco F1 during the test process, the overall score was 91 points. This is under the total score of 92 of the iPhone 8. The Smartphone claims to be of excellent autofocus and an enjoyable color in all the conditions tested. Exposure to the camera is said to be precise most of the time, with sensors producing high contrast levels and a precise white balance.

For the major disadvantages, the secondary Poco F1 camera seems to be less competitive. Behind flagship phones are HDR processing and low-light results. Moreover, the dual LED flash can not accurately illuminate objects in the dark.
The DxOMark team notes that, as the Poco F1 is not equated with a telephoto lens, zoom and bokeh results match Smartphones with a single camera.

The Poco F1 is a "reasonably consistent performer "in video recording and has an excellent autofocus with good tracks and an efficient stabilizing system. Also found to be strong enough on the phone to reproduce the sensors in color while recording videos.

That said, goal exposures, especially in shining scenes, are not as strong as possible and the dynamic range is similar.

" The rear camera performs well, with decent silent photo results for exhibition, colour, and noise, in most conditions, for mobile photomotive enthusiasts after a deal, "the team at DxoMark writes in his review. " There are a few different ways of tests for the image quality behind the best high-end devices, but the current crop of double or triple camera flagship devices is above all cut–especially for HDR processing, low exposure to light, details and for zoom and boke-shot applications."

In addition to results from the rear camera, DxOMark have recently begun testing smartphone auto camera. However, the Poco F1 selfie performance has not yet been tested by the team.

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