Android smartphones have shown great improvement over the past few years, especially with the rise of more powerful imaging hardware, as well as computational photography. As such, the Oppo Find X6 Pro has proven to be among one of the best Android phones in terms of mobile photography, and a recent DxOMark test shows what Oppo’s killer camera phone is capable of.
Based on several published tests, the Find X6 Pro managed to come out in first place in DxOMark’s overall global ranking as well as ultra-premium ranking, with an overall test score of 153. This is based on several other individual test scores including 153 for photo, 80 for bokeh, 72 for preview, 154 for zoom, and 148 for video. Low-light performance was also a highlight of the device, which managed to get a score of 132.
Based on these scores, the Find X6 Pro managed to outrank several other smartphones including the Honor Magic5 Pro, Huawei Mate 50 Pro, Google Pixel 7 Pro, Honor Magic4 Ultimate, and the Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max. In terms of hardware, the Find X6 Pro comes with a main 50MP 1″ sensor with optical image stabilization, a 50MP ultra-wide lens, and a 50MP telephoto lens. The phone can record up to video clips at up to 4K resolution at 60fps.