The main camera on the Google Pixel 5 uses the Sony IMX363 processor, which is the same sensor used in both the Google Pixel 3 and Google Pixel 4. In addition, it lacks the Pixel Neural Core processor because it appears that the Snapdragon 765G processor has sufficient processing power. To deal with the Google algorithms behind the success of the Google Pixel cameras.
However, there is not much we can say given that old hardware was used and there is no third camera, this time there is no telephoto camera. On that note, the DxOMark team specialized in testing smartphone cameras has given a total score of 120 points for the Google Pixel 5 phone, a point that makes the latter outperform the previous generation, but it is still not a sufficient result to remove it from the group of medium-performance smartphones at the level of the camera. .
Google Pixel 5 scored 129 points in the photo test thanks to producing images with nice detail, smooth texture and precise auto-adjustment. However, the phone performed relatively well in low-light environments and there was visible noise even in daytime photos.
The Google Pixel 5 got 49 points in the zoom test, which is lower than that of the Google Pixel 4 phone, but this is understandable given that the latter came with an actual telephoto camera. This hurts the overall photo test result and it is not recommended to go over the magnification twice. Note that the zoom test also includes the wide-angle camera to cover the telephoto range, but this has its own problems, as it is not as wide as competing cameras and does not fit significantly into the frame.
As for the video test, the Google Pixel 5 got 107 points. The autofocus performance and optical stabilization of 4K videos at 30 and 60 fps were praised. Videos look better in good lighting than at night when noise is visible.
Generally, you can go to the source link below to view the full review of the Google Pixel 5 phone camera by the DxOMark team for more details.