Today DxOMark officially announced the audio score of Huawei Mate 30 Pro. This flagship smartphone scores 60 points, ranking 10th in the audio list. It is understood that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro uses a speaker at the bottom of the phone and a “sound display” to enhance this single speaker, but not for media playback. For the microphone, it has a dedicated active muffler microphone. The overall score of the Mate 30 Pro audio is 60 points, 57 points for playback, and 72 points for recording.
In terms of audio playback, the Mate 30 Pro has the advantages of good overall playback performance for mono phones; reasonable tone reproduction and sound strength. The disadvantages are that the maximum and minimum volume are too small; the mono speakers cause poor sound field and balance, and the audio quality needs to be improved in terms of maximum volume.
In terms of recording, the official stated that it has excellent frequency response and overall recording volume. In terms of advantages, the effects of tone, recording loudness, sound field, and velocity are all good; the disadvantage is that excessive high frequencies may affect the tone balance; muffler causes voice resonance and generates some sound loss.