Huawei Mate 30 Pro rises to the top DxOMark camera rankings, beat Galaxy Note10 + 4 points in the overall score. Score still photos of 131 is the highest yet and what helped push up the phone.
Mate 30 Pro go through a new review process, which includes tests for Ultra wide camera and night mode phone. Mate who aced the test-hours (it currently holds the highest value) and the camera zoom is doing an awesome job – it 3x instead 5x zoom as the P30 Pro, which means providing better performance at medium zoom (although it falls behind The 5x).
Ultrawide angle camera gets some criticism for a relatively narrow field of view, but that’s a trade-off to get the picture quality that Huawei (and avoid problems such as soft corner).
Huawei Mate 30 Pro got a score video respectable 100, one behind the Note. The camera misses out on the recording HDR and some color quantization in a video recorded inside the room. However, with fast and accurate autofocus and video stabilization capable, it received one of the highest value of video recording.
Selfie camera got a total of 93 points, placing it in the Top 5 and ahead as P30 Pro and 3. Pixel still image processing is greatly enhanced and new ToF sensor makes bokeh better, but the lack of autofocus cameras hurt performance. This is the video score that dragged the phone, however, limited selfie 1080p camera and image stabilization is on the weak side.
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