Today, DxOMark announced the Huawei Mate 20 Pro smartphone’s camera score. It scores 109 points and lands in the first position along with the Huawei P20 Pro.
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The Huawei Mate 20 Pro was launched in 2018. It uses a 40MP + 20MP + 8MP three-camera module, of which the 40MP main camera pixel size is 1.7 microns, the aperture is f/1.8; the 20MP super wide-angle lens aperture is f/2.2; and the 8MP telephoto lens aperture is f/2.4. This camera supports phase detection autofocus as well as laser focus. There is also a LED dual color temperature flashlight, and it is capable of shooting 4K@30FPS videos.
The overall camera review score is 109 points, but its photo score is 114 points, and the video score is just one point lower than the P20 Pro’s 98 points.
DxOMark believes that the Huawei Mate 20 Pro has the following advantages in taking pictures:
- Well-controlled levels of image noise, even in low light
- Good target exposure and wide dynamic range
- Pleasant white balance and color rendering
- Fast and repeatable autofocus in most conditions
- Good zoom
- Unnatural rendering of fine details
- Loss of fine detail on faces in bokeh mode
- Autofocus inconsistencies when using flash
- Fast and smooth autofocus with good tracking
- Efficient stabilization when holding the camera still
- Accurate white balance and pleasant colors
- Low noise levels, particularly in bright light
- Good exposure adaption to changing light conditions
- Camera shake when walking while recording, especially indoors
- Lack of fine detail
Finally, DxOMark said that the Huawei Mate 20 Pro performs very well as a smartphone camera. The three-camera configuration allows the phone to have a good camera experience and video recording experience in all scenarios. In addition, the super wide-angle lens of the device has no effect on the score compared with other high-end phones without this function.