Born to play can not shoot? Xiaomi gaming smartphone takes worse photos than Samsung and Apple flagships 2016

DxOMark specialists gave Black Shark 2 a total of 84 points

DxOMark laboratory, known for its camera tests, reported on the test results of Xiaomi’s Black Shark 2 gaming smartphone.

The smartphone managed to score only 84 points on average. In the ranking, Black Shark 2 is significantly inferior to many flagships in 2019 and is located after the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, Apple iPhone 7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy A9, Nokia 9 PureView and Samsung Galaxy A50. But for a typical gaming smartphone this is not bad.

He also scored 84 points for photography, and 85 for video shooting. Of the pluses in the photo, DxOMark experts note a good exposure and nice colors when shooting outdoors, as well as a good bokeh effect. When shooting video, the smartphone copes well with image stabilization in static scenes, provides good exposure and nice colors both indoors and outdoors.

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