Earlier this month, GFXBench scores of the newly launched iPhone X revealed that the handset is miles ahead of its Android rivals in terms of benchmark numbers. Now, the iPhone 8 Plus has pulled off the highest camera score in DxoMark – a website that provides image quality ratings for cameras, lenses, as well as smartphone cameras.
According to DxOMark, the newly launched iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 models the iPhone 8 models are much better at capturing HDR scenes. Both iPhone 8 models have bagged the best scores in their review. The duo has managed to edge past the likes of the Google Pixel, HTC U11, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 7, Xperia XZ Premium, as well as the Galaxy S6 Edge.
The iPhone 7 Plus managed to pull off a score of 94 on DxoMark, followed by its smaller sibling the iPhone 8 which bagged a score of 92. At third spot is Google’s Pixel handset with a score of 90, while HTC’s U11 flagship was at fourth with a score of 90.
While getting good scores is important, however, their real-world performance cannot be defined by these numbers. Though, benchmarks do give us a good idea about the device’s capabilities when it comes to multitasking, gaming, or their camera capabilities. And DxOMark scores of the latest iPhone 8 Plus do indicate that the handset can belt out some fantastic pictures.
In other related news, a Geekbench listing also suggests that the special-edition iPhone X has managed to easily edge past its Android in terms of benchmark scores. According to the listing, the iPhone X manages to pull off single and multi-core scores of 4095 and 9969 respectively.
Interestingly, these happen to be highest single and multi-core scores bagged by any smartphone on Geekbench. As of now, the Galaxy S8 is the most powerful Android-powered smartphone in the market with single and multi-core scores of 2024 and 6279 respectively.