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OnePlus 6T low-light shots are "noticeably brighter" than Galaxy Note 9, reports DxOMark

21 December 2018 3

OnePlus 6T has received its DxOMark rating and it’s just two points ahead to that of OnePlus 6. It gets an overall score of 98; 101 in imaging and 91 for video. The overall score of the OnePlus 6T ties with the Google Pixel 2's and thus the device gets the 10th position.

To start with, the OnePlus 6T comes with the same dual-camera setup as its older sibling, this includes a 16MP main camera with a 20MP secondary module that is used for digital zooming. According to DxOMark, the OnePlus 6T has better dynamic range, detail preservation, and bokeh effect than its predecessor OnePlus 6T and the credit goes to the changes to the OnePlus 6T’s firmware which have resulted in incremental improvements.

However, the device lacks in zoom shots as it shows lesser details than some of its competitors. Also, main HDR shots show artifacts, such as ringing and ghosting or halos. This could be due to the lack of its tele-lens as the secondary camera compared to its competitions with a dual-cam setup.

In low-light photography test, the OnePlus 6T produces notably brighter shots than either the iPhone XS or the Galaxy Note 9. The results with flash are also good, it offers good exposure and avoids the red-eye effect.

Talking about its video score, the device gets an appreciation for exposure, color, autofocus, and stabilization, thus attains a score of 91 over the OnePlus 6’s 87 points. The video shows vivid colors but the DxOMark team observed some artifacts and a judder effect.

One thing that even the OnePlus 6T couldn’t improve is Noise, in fact, it shows a regression

Photo vs Video results
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