Motorola Edge 40 Pro shares position with Xiaomi 13 and surpasses iPhone 12 Pro 2020 in rigorous DXOMARK camera test
(updated at 2:15 am)
Presented in early April by Motorola, the powerful Edge 40 Pro debuted as the manufacturer’s top of the line betting on high numbers: screen with a rate of 165 Hz, battery with 125 W recharge and cameras of up to 60 MP. Now the device passes the rigorous DXOMARK photography and video recording tests proving that Motorola did a good job, not enough to find it in the leaders of the list, but offering good performance.
The Motorola Edge 40 Pro bets on a set of three rear cameras to please those looking for more versatile photos and videos thanks to lenses with different fields of view.
The main 50MP sensor is sized at 1/1.5″, f/1.88 aperture and optical image stabilization (OIS), while another 50MP sensor at 1/2.8″ is dedicated to the ultrawide f aperture lens. /2.2. Finally, a 12 MP 1/2.93″ sensor powers the telephoto camera with f/1.6 aperture.
With 130 points in the DXOMARK global ranking, the model presents balanced performance with great exposure (109 points out of 117 points from the current record holder) and great colors (111 points out of 119) in photos, with good colors (109 points out of 117) and good noise levels (112 points out of 118) in video, but still falls short of expectations for its price range in texture, telephoto camera quality, and portrait mode.
Thus, the device shares the 32nd position with the Mi 13 and the Oppo Find X5 Pro, also surpassing models such as the iPhone 12 Pro in 40th position and the iPhone 13 in 47th place.
32. Motorola Edge 40 Pro — 130 points
33. Oppo Find X5 Pro — 130 points
34. Xiaomi 13 — 130 points
35. Huawei P40 Pro — 129 points
36. Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra — 129 points
37. Xiaomi 12T Pro — 129 points
38. 12 pro — 129 points
39. Oppo Find X3 Pro — 129 points
40. iPhone 12 Pro — 127 points
41. Asus Smartphone for Snapdragon Insiders — 127 points
Among the highlights listed by DXOMARK is “good exposure most of the time” that performs better indoors, in low light and in night environments, “natural white balance”, as well as “good detail in [locais de] lots of lighting” and “good subject isolation in portrait mode.”
For the negative points, the website highlights the noise present even in clear scenarios such as blue sky days, “unnatural contrast in scenes with high contrast faces”, slowness during focus and image capture, in addition to a “frequent fusion of artifacts ” with “hue shifting effects around cropped areas.”
Check out the full review (in English) with photo and video comparison on the official DXOMARK website. See all the details and specifications of the Motorola Edge 40 Plus.
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