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Asus Zenfone 6's camera rated as best selfie camera by DxOMark

28 May 2019 3

Asus Zenfone 6 was recently launched and has impressed one and all with its engineering. The phone comes with dual rear camera setup and no front cameras at all. Unlike the new generation phones with a pop-up selfie camera, the Zenfone 6’s camera swivels to front and becomes a selfie camera.

The Camera benchmarking agency, DxOMark has published its review of the camera as a selfie unit first. As a selfie unit, the camera set up on the Zenfone 6 has scored an overall score of 98 which is equal to its rival Samsung Galaxy S10’s score and achieved the best ever video score of 93.

Asus Zenfone 6 DxOMark Review

The rating agency has found Asus’s implementation of large ½-inch Quad Bayer sensor for selfies which has achieved the best texture-to-noise trade-off DxO labs has tested. As per the review, the Zenfone 6 is found to offer great details and great skin tones.

While the front camera review makes the device look really exciting. While the phone is set to launch in India soon, we will wait for DxOMark to test the camera setup with a 48-megapixel snapper and publish a review soon.

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Asus Zenfone 6's camera rated as best selfie camera by DxOMark
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If it's promising the way it's here, then it's to be one of the best today. Still, I'm not counting on that score, instead, a few real-life snaps. What say :p :p

RahulKurle Jesson

Not every time. But then, things like these put a doubt over the actual camera quality. And we have had examples of the companies using snaps not clicked by a phone they are promoting.


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