Sensor performance isn't everything...
Not only not everything, but far less than even remotely close to everything. Consider all the glass the light must pass through before it even reaches the sensor.
Also consider that DxOMark is evaluating only
the sensor, and also that their "Overall Score" is composite of three arbitrarily chosen "Use Case Scores" that are combined in a 'weighted' manner, but the weighting is not disclosed. Furthermore, their use case scores are normalized to an 8 MP file size, which explains how a camera with 14 bits per pixel can, according to DxOMark, actually deliver a dynamic range greater than
14 bits of EV.
IMO, their Measurements (screen) are valid and quite useful. Their Scores are steaming pile of misleading cow excrement.
Just a little reality check...