The Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max is the tech giant that provides the latest and greatest flagship smartphone that features a 6.5-inch Super Retina XDR OLED display, Apple’s latest A13 Bionic chipset and it is having 512GB of internal storage. It is also the first iPhone to come with a triple-camera setup. Next to the primary wide-angle, the tele-camera that offers the same focal length on the predecessor XS Max. There is now an ultra-wide camera with a 13mm-equivalent field of view. In this phone , you can easily download apps from popular app stores category wise.
The image processing provided by the new Deep Fusion technology chipset’s neural engine is very good. It is the advanced machine learning to perform pixel-by-pixel optimization for textures, lower noise, and a wider dynamic range.
Key Camera Specifications
The phone is having a Triple-camera setup
Primary: It is a 12Mp 1/2.55″ sensor, 26mm-equivalent f/1.8-aperture lens, PDAF, OIS
Ultra-wide: It is also a 12Mp sensor, 13mm-equivalent f/2.4-aperture lens
Tele Lens: It is a 12Mp 1/3.4″ sensor, 52mm-equivalent f/2.0-aperture lens, PDAF, OIS
Quad-LED dual-tone flash
4K video, 2160p/60fps (1080p/30fps default)
Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max is having a top 5 position in our current ranking. It is holding the top spot in terms of quality with the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition.
All thanks to Apple’s new Deep Fusion will be using the machine learning and image stacking. The new iPhone has noticeably improved for detail and textures. It will render fine details such as freckles, the hair on pets, and distant foliage making the phone a great option for landscape and portrait photography. In low light, it is a drop-off in detail quite evident with the iPhone unable to keep up with the very best in class. Note that the noise is also improved over the XS Max but it is visible in all light conditions. Image artifacts are under control but some flares very occasionally visible.
Just like the predecessor, the iPhone 11 Pro Max also comes with a 2x tele-lens. Apple without any doubt has improved the image quality when zooming and results at close range. They are not quite on the level of devices with longer Tele lenses such as the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and P30 Pro. The difference is more obvious at medium and long-range. The detail drops off when zooming in and noise levels will get quite high in all conditions.
On the other end of the zoom spectrum, the 11 Pro Max is the first iPhone to feature an ultra-wide lens and the lens provides you the widest angles of view that we have seen (13.7mm measured). It is important to note that the image quality results are decent but still they are far off the quality of shots from the main camera. The color rendering is very nice and the dynamic range is OK. Apple ultra-wide will renders better textures as compared to some of the competitors but noise levels are high in case of comparison. Deformation of faces is prominent close to the edges of the frame but it is fairly well under control for considering the wide field of view.