Google’s only camera phone surprised with the score it received from the Pixel 4a DxOMark test. The phone that scores like the iPhone 11 will be talked about a lot.
DxOMark experts tested the main camera of the Google Pixel 4a smartphone. With the score of the single-camera Pixel 4a DxOMark test, we can say that the triple camera setups are almost a stone. As experts point out, the Pixel 4a is comparable or even slightly better than the more expensive Pixel 4 in many tests.
Among the advantages of the Pixel 4a camera are very accurate exposure, fast and accurate autofocus, neutral white balance in photos, bright colors in video both indoors and outdoors, good white balance when shooting at night.
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The disadvantages include limited dynamic range and low detail when shooting photos and videos, malfunctions in the auto focus system when taking photos at zoom, limited depth of field in group portraits on the street, errors in determining the depth of the scene for bokeh effect.
Overall, the Pixel 4a’s camera is far from perfect. However, it is clear that it performs very well for a single sensor. The phone, which scores like the iPhone 11, seems to make Google smile.
Pixel 4a DxOmark test results
- Basically correct exposure (Photo and Video)
- Fast and accurate auto focus (Photo and Video)
- Neutral and repeatable white balance in photos
- Vibrant colors in indoor and outdoor videos
- Well-managed noise in outdoor videos
- Capture-like preview pose
- Nice white balance in night shots
- Limited dynamic range (Photo and Video)
- Orange color cast under tungsten low light conditions (Photo and Video)
- Low detail in most cases (Photo and Video)
- Limited depth of field in outdoor group portrait photos
- Autofocus errors in long range zoom photos
- Depth prediction errors in bokeh photos
- Frame shifts and deformations visible in most videos