The iPhone 12 mini recently went through DxOMark’s rigorous test, and the results are not that exciting.
After its tests, DxOMark, a renowned camera reviewer, put the iPhone 12 mini in fourteenth place with a score of 122 points. Just below the 2019 flagship Mate 30 Pro 5G, and in the same place as its iPhone 12 brother. Meanwhile, its 12 Pro Max and 12 Pro counterparts took the fifth and sixth spots, respectively.
DxOmark praised its accurate target exposure on photo and video, even with the ultra-wide camera. It also has accurate and fast autofocus and good stabilization. They also gave extra points for its Dolby Vision HDR processing in videos.
However, the reviewer noted that limited dynamic range, Bluish white balance outdoors, visible noise in low-light scenarios, and artifacts like flare, color quantization, and ringing.
For a quick recap, the iPhone 12 mini features dual rear cameras. There’s the 12-megapixel main sensor with OIS, PDAF, and a bright f/1.6 lens. Next to it is a 12-megapixel ultra-wide lens. You can check its full specs and pricing here.