The Pixel 3 and Galaxy Note 9 top DxOMark's new selfie camera scores

DxOMark did both objective and subjective tests in controlled conditions and even developed a dummy with realistic skin tones for consistent, repeatable scores. Image scientists analyzed over 1,500 photos and two hours of video for each device with an eye not just toward accuracy, but the most pleasing results. Marks were deducted for over-beautification that yielded unrealistic, smoothed out skin tones.

The Pixel 3 and Galaxy Note 9 top DxOMark's new selfie camera scores 1

While the Pixel 3 and Galaxy Note 9 both came out on top, they did so for different reasons. “Image results from both cameras are excellent, with a good balance between various image quality attributes,” it noted. “However, while Google puts a lot of emphasis on texture and detail and therefore accepts some noise, Samsung engineers have opted for a cleaner image and made some sacrifices in terms of fine details.” The Pixel 3 was best for photos, while the Note 9 led the pack for video.

Selfie camera scores don’t necessarily correlate with the main camera. DxOMark ranked the Huawei Mate 20 on top of that scale with 109 points, but gave its selfie camera a score of just 78, for instance. If you add the scores together, the Galaxy Note 9 comes out on top with 195 points, and the Pixel 3 is in second place with 193.

Tests are just tests, of course, and your mileage may vary depending on the kind of shooting you do. It’s important to note that usability is also a crucial factor, which is one reason why Engadget scored the Pixel 3 ahead of the Note 9 in our own camera shootout. However, DxOMark’s testing underscores the increasing importance of the selfie camera, and depending on the kind of shooting you do, could be the difference-maker in your phone buying decision.

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