DxOMark has published an article titled "Night for dedicated low-light modes and Wide for ultra-wide lenses."
Ultra-wide camera modules introduced in smartphones over the past few years, starting with the LG G5 in 2016.
To DxOMark is capturing a variety of real-world low-light scenes ̵
DxOMark then the quality of these low-light photos, focusing on the same attributes that are used for general image quality assessment – exposure, color, texture, noise, artifacts, and autofocus performance.
"The Night Score replaces the previous Flash score in our scoring system and may decrease the photo and overall scores "DxOMark writes. "Within the Night test protocol, the results count as a bonus in the same way as the wide score does for the photo and overall scores ;
DxOMark has gone back to reviewing the smartphones with the New Night Score and recalculate the new overall scores.
It's not surprising that the Huawei P30 Pro (19659003)
co-) the pack right now, as its low-light abilities are remarkable. The new Samsung Galaxy S5 5G and Galaxy Note 10+ 5G (the current # 1 59)
The Google Pixel 3 received a Night Score of 49 and the iPhone XS Max (which does not have a dedicated Night mode ) received a score of 37.
The newly announced iPhone 11 Pro has both an ultra-wide camera and a new night mode, so DxOMark's updated protocol seems like a change that paves the way for its yet-unannounced review of Apple's latest flagship smartphones.