iPhone 14 Pro display ranks first DXOMARK with 149 points
DXOMARK recently announced the display test score of the Apple iPhone 14 Pro. This smartphone scores 149 points. It currently jointly occupies the top position on DXOMARK with its sibling, the Pro Max model. The main specifications of the iPhone 14 Pro screen are:
- 6.1-inch OLED screen
- 86.5% screen-to-body ratio
- Dimensions: 147.5×71.5×7.85 mm (5.81×2.81×0.31 inches)
- Resolution: 1179 × 2556 pixels (about 460 ppi)
- Aspect Ratio: 19.5:9
- Refresh rate: 120Hz
Recall that the display specification of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are the same. The only difference between the two displays is their size. Thus, DXOMARK says if the specs are the same, so should be their scores. According to reports, in terms of readability, the difference between the two models is very small. The screen brightness of the Pro version is only slightly darker than that of the Pro Max model when indoors and in sports. The two devices have the same performance in other attributes.
iPhone 14 Pro Max
Although the iPhone 14 Pro Max displays score of 149 points tops the chart, the audio score of 142 ranks 9th. As a high-end model of the iPhone 14 series, this device comes with an excellent display. Its major selling point is in terms of readability, the device stands out in this regard. This model is the brightest screen DXOMARK has ever tested. It excels in outdoor readability, with 2000 nits of brightness when viewing photos in sunlight. This outdoor readability improvement isn’t seen in all reading scenarios, such as web browsing, though. The video experience is also great: contrast and detail are very natural when watching HDR videos. In addition, the rendering is very realistic in low light and the frame loss is almost invisible when playing video games.
In terms of audio, DXOMARK said that this model showed good performance in all audio scene tests. The overall audio experience is similar to that of the previous iPhone 13 Pro Max, with better playback performance giving the overall score a slight improvement this time around.
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