The Sony Xperia XZ Premium was also reviewed by the camera reviewers and scored 83 points. Considering that smartphones have been competing for DxO’s top spot including the Google Pixel and HTC U11, Sony doesn’t seem to be trying on the camera front. Either that, or DxO’s testing protocols aren’t in Sony’s favor, we’ll let you be the judge.
DxO says that Sony does a well enough job with still photography and video, but doesn’t break any new ground or try to really challenge the other leaders of the pack. It did poorly in DxO’s new Zoom and Bokeh tests, which pulled the weight of the score down.
The XZ Premium does have one innovation unique to the brand, and that’s the 960 frame-per-second super slow-motion video capture. Otherwise, the XZ Premium has a pretty solid autofocus performance in images and videos, as well as “very good” stabilization in video recording.
Its been almost two weeks since i posted my 1 million negative feedback challenge about zxp.. And i guess ill stick with sony... And you failed....
Ha! The iPhone can't touch the excellence of Sony. Even with Sony holding themselves back foolishly
Bezel not design