Galaxy A71 secures 84 points in DxOMark, 1 point shy of beating the A50
The Galaxy A71’s camera setup got an overall score of 84 from DxOMark. It’s one point shy of equaling the Galaxy A50 which scored 1 point lower in the photography department and 5 points higher in video tests. That is after they’ve reviewed the original Galaxy A50 score of 83 points (now sitting at 85).
DxOMark gave the Galaxy A71 a score of 89 in photo and 74 in video. Concerning the former category, the smartphone’s camera setup was praised for delivering accurate exposure with wide dynamic range, well-controlled noise, vivid colors outdoors, and nice bokeh. What doesn’t work in its favor is the low detail in all conditions, low detail on zoom shots, slow autofocus, strong ringing, and blue color cast on outdoor images.
The Galaxy A71 edges out the S6 Edge by a couple of points
As far as video is concerned, the Galaxy A71 delivers good exposure in bright light, along with effective stabilization. However, videos also suffer from visible ringing, poor autofocus, limited dynamic range, as well as noise and low detail in all conditions.
The Galaxy A71 is equipped with a main quad-camera setup comprising a 64MP wide-angle lens shooter with f/1.8 aperture, an ultra-wide 12MP sensor (f/2.2), a 5MP macro sensor (f/2.4), and a 5MP depth sensor (f/2.2). It benefits from dual PDAF; it can record 4K videos at 30fps and capture HDR photos. Head down to DxOMark for the full analysis and an in-depth explanation as to why they gave the Galaxy A71 a total of 84 points.