Apple iPhone SE 2020 scores 101 at DXOMark
DXOMark has finally released its camera review for the Apple iPhone SE 2020, managing a score of 101 points matching previous smartphones such as the Google Pixel 3. It falls between the Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro and the Apple iPhone XR.
According to DXOMark’s review, the iPhone SE 2020’s primary camera is basically the same from its predecessor but with 4K video support. It nails the basic settings, giving “generally excellent exposure and color, wide dynamic range, and pretty good detail”. However, its underwhelming low-light, zoom, and bokeh performance have affected its overall ranking.
” The Apple iPhone SE (2020) achieves a Photo score of 103, matching older devices such as the Google Pixel 3. Image quality is broadly similar to the iPhone 11 when comparing shots from their respective main cameras. With no dedicated ultra-wide, zoom, or bokeh cameras on the SE, Apple’s latest device is at a disadvantage compared to multi-camera phones. In this section, we take a closer look at how each sub-score was determined and compare the iPhone SE (2020)’s image quality against the Apple iPhone 11 and Google Pixel 3.”
Apple iPhone SE 2020 specs:
4.7-inch Retina HD (1334 x 750) display, 326ppi
Apple A13 Bionic chip w/ 3rd-gen Neural Engine
64GB, 128GB, 256GB
12MP F1.8 rear camera
4K video at 60fps, OIS, 1080p at 240fps slow-mo
7MP F2.2 front camera
WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac/ax
Touch ID in Home button
IP67 water and dust resistance
138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3 mm
Black, White, Product Red