On May 28th, DxOMark announced the ASUS ZenFone 6 front camera score. The machine’s overall pre-scoring score is 98 points, the photo part score is 101 points, and the video shooting part score is 93 points.
In the DxOMark rankings, the ASUS ZenFone 6 became the first camera in the front, surpassing the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G, Galaxy S10+, Google Pixel 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Huawei P30 Pro.
The ASUS ZenFone 6 innovatively uses a flip lens design, and the rear lens flips 180° to become front. Therefore, when used as a front lens, the camera specifications of the ASUS ZenFone 6 are extremely powerful.
It is equipped with 48 million main cameras + 13 million super wide-angle lenses, the main camera is Sony IMX586, the aperture is f / 1.8, support PDAF phase focus and laser focus, support 4K video capture (30fps).
DxOMark concluded that the ASUS ZenFone 6 became the front camera champion, thanks in large part to the excellent video score of 93 points, which is the best video score so far in this test.
ZenFone 6 benefits from a special rotary camera that can rely on unusually large 1/2-inch sensors to take self-portrait images and take full advantage of its performance. The ZenFone 6 image shows the best texture and noise compromise we’ve seen on the front camera. Even in very dim conditions, it delivers excellent detail at all brightness levels, and always controls the noise very well, the natural details of the image are quite pleasant, with a lot of fine texture but not overly sharpened.