The iPhone X camera takes better photos than any other smartphone on the market

For a period of a few years, it seemed as if every successive iPhone release set a new bar for excellence in the mobile photography space. Hardly a surprise, Apple famously employs more than 800 engineers who work exclusively on camera related technologies. Apple’s rivals, though, haven’t exactly been sitting idly by on the sidelines. In recent years, we’ve seen Android handset manufacturers really pick up the pace and up their camera game considerably.
These days, if you pick up a high-end smartphone, whether it be an iPhone or an Android variant, it’s a safe bet that you’re getting a top of the line camera. Still, for those who take mobile photography seriously, knowing which smartphone offers up the best performance in terms of photo quality is invaluable. That said, and with the iPhone X already out in the wild, DxOMark recently put the iPhone X’s camera to test.
After putting the iPhone X through a series of tests which involved more than 1,500 individual photographs taken under a variety of shooting conditions,  the end result revealed that Apple’s next-gen iPhone has the best camera out of any other smartphone currently on the market. DxOMark notes that the iPhone X received a score of 101, besting rivals such as the Huawei Mate 10 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in the process.Read more..