DxOMark if prepare to perfect its classification of smartphones. The traditional list to which we have already been accustomed for some time and which currently sees the Mi 11 Ultra on the top step of the podium as the best camera-phone, will now be joined a classification based on the price range: from the cheapest to the most expensive ones.
Users will also be offered the ability to filter further smartphones reviewed based on:
Today we launched a new feature that allows people to filter smartphones in our rankings based on launch price, brand and launch date, which will help them identify devices with the best cameras, sound systems and displays based on their brand preferences and their budget.
The products will be divided respectively into five bands:
- Essential (less than $ 200)
- Advanced (between $ 200 and $ 399)
- High-end (between $ 400 and $ 599)
- Premium (between $ 600 and $ 799)
- Ultra-Premium (more than 800 dollars)
DxOMark will use dollars as the base currency – prices will come subsequently converted into euros or RMB depending on product availability outside the US market.
Finally, a further change will also affect the classification of wireless speakers that you can now count on a new Premium segment for devices that cost more than $ 600.