DxOMark: Smartphone battery evaluation will launch on May 10th

Over the past few years, DxOMark has grown to become an authority with its evaluations. When we talk about DxOMark, it used to be strictly about camera evaluation. However, the organization is now diversifying and it’s not just about the camera anymore. According to the company, it will launch its new DxOMark Battery evaluation on May 10th. The company made this announcement via its official Weibo account today. It will be really interesting to see what the DxoMark Battery evaluation will offer.


Before 2019, DxOMark was still a French evaluation agency focusing on evaluating professional cameras/lenses and smartphone cameras. However, from the second half of 2019, this agency began to broaden its evaluation scope.

Presently, DxOMark involves in a wide range of evaluations. As of now, DxOMark official website support smartphone evaluation, camera evaluation, lens evaluation, and speaker evaluation. In the smartphone evaluation sub-section, the organization evaluates smartphone front and rear camera, audio, and screens. Now, it will add smartphone battery to the list from next month.

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Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra currently tops DxOMark’s rear camera rating

On DxOMark, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra scores 143 points which take this flagship smartphone to the top position on DxoMark rating. This score is for the rear camera of this smartphone. Thus, it surpasses the Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ by 4 points. Interestingly, this camera can even compete with the Sony Black Card M7, making it the strongest imaging system.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Key Camera Specification

  • Primary: 50 MP 1/1.12″ Quad-Bayer sensor, 1.4μm, 24 mm-equivalent lens with f/1.95 aperture, Dual Pixel Pro AF and OIS
  • Ultra-wide: 48 MP 1/2-inch sensor, 0.8μm, 128° lens with f/2.2 aperture
  • Tele: 48 MP 1/2-inch sensor, 0.8μm, 120 mm-equivalent lens with f/4.1 aperture, OIS
  • LED flash
  • Video: 8K 4320p at 24 fps, 4K 2160p at 30/60 fps (2160p/60 fps tested)
  • Multispectral color temperature sensor
  • ToF sensor
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset

As you understand, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra has many things in common with the Pro version. Say, it still uses a Samsung GN2 super-outsole main camera. But the two lenses are upgraded to the Sony IMX586 CMOS. Generally, the camera system includes an 8K full focal length, a 120x periscope telephoto lens, and a 128° ultra-wide-angle lens. According to DxOMark, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra captures good exposure and nice detail at medium range. This also makes this smartphone the best relative to other devices in the market.

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