If you are among those yearning for DXOMark’s review of the OnePlus 6 camera, here you have it. OnePlus 6 DxOMark Score indeed confirms the device’s company’s main goal of designing smartphones that would balance high-end quality with a lower price than other phones in its class. The OnePlus 6 doesn’t disappoint in its design as it packs a premium build combined with a flagship specs configuration including a Snapdragon 845 chipset. The DXOMark rating indeed shows the device is an affordable powerhouse.
Worthy of note is that the OnePlus 6 performed better than the Galaxy Note 8 and iPhone 8 Plus but is behind the iPhone X by just a single point. You’ll better understand how impressive the score is when the OP6 price is compared with that of the iPhone 8 Plus or Galaxy Note 8. The OnePlus 6 starts at around €520.
The OnePlus 6 polls an awesome 100 points in the photography aspect which covers tests on areas such as autofocus, color, and exposure. The device also maintains a well-balanced approach to detail retention and noise levels. DXOMark notes that the OP6 dual lens bokeh and zoom performance was lower than devices with a dedicated telephoto lens. The OnePlus 6 may have performed far better than its ranking if not for the rather lower 87 points for video. The video camera has a fast autofocus too but also efficient stabilization and low noise levels. However, it’s not without its faults – it oversharpened the image and worse, it didn’t do it consistently with the sharpness varying between frames.
The full camera review can be found on DXOMark’ website (source link). You can as well check out our complete OnePlus 6 review including the camera.