Recently, the international authoritative evaluation agency DxOMark posted on Weibo that there will be a special release on October 20, 2020. This news attracted the attention of many digital enthusiasts for a while. DxOMark mainly evaluates the audio, shooting and other items of mobile phones. The evaluation of mobile phone shooting has always been the focus of domestic mobile phone manufacturers and consumers.
However, whether the photo is taken is good or not, everyone has different opinions, so DxOMark's ranking has also been questioned by consumers. Therefore, on September 25, DxOMark said on Weibo that it would update the benchmarks and update the scores in October. Now that October has passed halfway, DxOMark is likely to update the benchmark on October 20.
In the current ranking, Xiaomi Mi 10 Extreme Commemorative Edition is still ranked first, and Huawei P40 Pro is ranked second. Due to the evaluation results of vivo’s newly released X50 Pro+ and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Mate 30 Pro 4G and Xiaomi CC9 Pro with 121 points (same points as Galaxy Note 20 Ultra) were squeezed out of the top ten. It is puzzling that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s shooting rating is not as good as that of the S20 Ultra.
Although there will be certain changes in the list after the release of the new benchmarks, it will certainly not be too great. After all, the top mobile phones on the list are models owned by major manufacturers, optimized in place, and customized sensors. However, the new benchmark is still quite exciting. After all, many digital enthusiasts do not agree with the current ranking.