We all know that the OnePlus 7 Pro was made official today, a device that brings the best of the specifications of the top-of-the-line Android phones, at a lower price than its competition.
Although to get to get these "low" prices (which year by year have been increasing), OnePlus always cuts some corners to reduce costs, this being usually in the field of the screen, the added extras such as IP certification, and also the camera, although it seems that this year was not so with this last section.
And is that the popular photo benchmark site, DxOMark, has awarded 111 points to the camera of the new OnePlus 7 Pro, which means that it shares the podium of the best camera with the Huawei P30 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G – which share the crown, as both are positioned with 112 points. In the breakdown, the site awards 118 points in the quality of photos, 98 points in video quality, and 88 in selfies.
Recall that the new OnePlus 7 Pro comes with a later being of three cameras: a main sensor of 48 megapixels, a wide angle of 16 MP, and finally, a telephoto lens of 8 megapixels.
From DxOMark They highlight the excellent level of exposure that is achieved in the photos. In this case, there is talk of excellent color reproduction, as well as a very good dynamic range, which means that it is quite good when faced with high contrast situations. In addition, there is talk that the retention of detail is very good, and is able to keep shadows and highlights well balanced.
As far as zoom is concerned, It is mentioned that the quality of the 3x telephoto lens is quite good, although at medium distances it already begins to fail with color reproduction and adds more noise, which positions it behind the Huawei P30 Pro, which has 5x telephoto lens.
Other highlights of the site include: a very good bokeh simulation (that is, its portrait mode is quite good), and that it has a fairly fast autofocus.
Anyway, after all, it is up to one to believe whether or not to believe DxOMark and its final verdict on the OnePlus 7 Pro, but there is no doubt that it finally seems to be that the company realized that it is necessary that their phones have a good camera if they really want to rise like the high-end kings