Camera benchmarking website DxOMark has reviewed the Google Pixel 3s camera, giving it a total score of 101 points. The handset became the highest rated single camera Android smartphone that was reviewed on the site, even though it was ordered by a handful of competitors.
DxOMark praised Pixel 3's Zoom and Bokeh effect images, indicating that these phases were better than previous-pixel efforts. But there were the handset after some dual camera smartphones in these greetings.
The website also highlighted Pixel 3's detailed conservation and fast auto focus on images, while noise reduction was one of the prominent video hits.
Despite the high score, DxOMark did not consider the handset's brilliant Night Sight mode in the review, which dramatically improves low light shot. Although not exclusive to Pixel 3 (it has since been pushed to Pixel and Pixel 2), it is a significant part of the experience. Because DxOMark only looks at the camera's default settings, it has ignored one of the biggest mobile photography developments this year – one that I suspect will persuade at least some people to pick up a Pixel 3. You can check out what Night Sight do here.
According to DxOMark Pixel 3's superior camera features are lower than Mi Mix 3 and HTC U12 Plus, which both received a total of 103 points in their tests. These hit Pixel 3 in photo quality, but have a little worse video, apparently. Note 9 and iPhone XS Max also beat Pixel 3, with 103 and 105 respectively.
Overall, DxOMark takes recordings in line with many other critics' views, including our own. We see Pixel 3 as one of the best choices for Android fans whose photography is their concern, even though it is cheaper than any of the premium contests such as Galaxy Note 9 ($ 999) and Mate 20 Pro ($ 1200) at $ 799.
I would recommend that you do not put all your eggs in the DxOMark curve as far as Pixel 3 camera reviews are concerned, though. We have written about DxOMark earlier and the relationship it has with the companies whose cameras it is considering. Just take the results as another confirmation that the Pixel 3 camera is good and leave it there.