Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ ranks first in DXOMARK camera test

Huawei Mate 60 Pro+

Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ is the latest flagship device in the Mate Pro series. This flagship mobile phone continues to test the limits of high-performing phone cameras. The device has been put through the rigorous DXOMARK Camera test suite to measure its performance in photo, video, and zoom quality from an end-user perspective. The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ delivered excellent results in the DXOMARK Camera tests. This device is now in the top spot with a total score of 157. It surpasses its sibling, Huawei Mate 60 with a score of 156. The likes of iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 15 Pro could only manage to score 154 each. In fifth position is the Google Pixel 8 which scores 153 points.

After the testing of the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+, the different aspects have different scores. According to DxOMark tests, the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ ranks number one in Photo and Bokeh with 160 and 80 points respectively. However, its Zoom and video scores are 152 and 148 ranking 4th and 38th respectively. In all, the overall performance still hit the first position.

Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ camera specs

  • Main camera: 48MP, equivalent 24mm f/1.4 – f/4.0 lens (automatically adjustable), AF, OIS
  • Ultra-wide angle: 40MP, 13mm equivalent f/2.2 lens, AF
  • Telephoto lens: 48MP sensor, 90mm equivalent f/3 lens, AF, OIS


In photo mode, the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ delivered the best score of all devices tested to date, thanks to excellent results that were on par with, or better than the best rivals across almost all sub-tests. The device scored 160 points in the photo category, which is the highest score ever recorded by DXOMARK. Our testers especially liked the excellent texture/noise trade-off, the fast and accurate autofocus, and the wide depth of field that is made possible by Huawei’s variable f/1.4 – 4.0 aperture. The device also performed well in low light conditions, with good exposure, colour, and detail preservation.


The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ comes with HLG HDR video mode (HDR Vivid) that provided the best overall results and was therefore activated for video testing. By comparison devices, the P60 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max, were tested in HDR mode as well. Overall, the Mate 60 Pro+ could not quite match the best in class iPhone 15 Pro Max and Google Pixel 8 Pro. However, it was still among the best smartphones tested to date. The device scored 148 points in the video category, with good exposure, colour, and detail preservation in bright light conditions. However, the device struggled with noise and artifacts in low light conditions.

Huawei Mate 60 Pro+


The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ scored 152 points in the zoom category. Thanks to its 3.5x optical zoom lens that provides good detail and texture preservation at medium and long-range zoom levels. The device also performed well in low light conditions, with good exposure, colour, and detail preservation. However, the device struggled with noise and artifacts at high zoom levels.


The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ has demonstrated excellent subject isolation and a realistic bokeh shape in both single and group portrait shots. The level of detail in the bokeh effect was fairly high, and images showed good exposure in most conditions. Also, spotlight rendering was better than on most rivals, thanks to accurate shapes and colours, even in night shots. The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ is an excellent option for users looking to achieve a DSLR-like bokeh effect. The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ performed quite well in the bokeh test. It shows its ability to produce high-quality and realistic bokeh effects in various shooting conditions. This further solidifies its position as a top-performing mobile phone camera.

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Pros of Huawei Mate 60 Pro+:

  • Great overall camera performance, making it an ideal companion for all types of photos and videos in all lighting conditions
  • Excellent performance for Friends & Family photos, in all conditions. It captures the moment while delivering accurate skin-tone renderings even in challenging conditions
  • Variable aperture automatically adjusts itself to the number of people in the scene and keeps everyone in focus
  • Excellent ultrawide camera, allowing to capture large scenes while keeping a high level of details
  • High level of details at all zoom distances
  • Very wide dynamic range and accurate exposure for portraits and landscape photos
  • Colours are good in most cases
  • Good texture/noise trade-off in photos and zoom, very good detail, and not much noise
  • Autofocus is fast and accurate, and video stabilization is quite effective
  • Variable aperture optimizes depth of field in every scene
  • Good blur in portrait mode and good subject isolation
  • Use the 3.5x telephoto lens to create a pleasant macro perspective effect

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Cons of Huawei Mate 60 Pro+:

  • Slight visible limitations in videos captured in challenging low-light conditions
  • Detail is lost in high-contrast and low-light videos
  • Noise appears in sports videos indoors and in low light
  • Facial contrast and skin tones could be better in tricky backlit scenes
  • Highlight clipping in high-contrast scenes
  • Artifacts include ghosting, hue shifts, or colour quantization in photos and videos

The current top ten image scores on the DXOMARK overall list are:

Ranking model Camera Selfie Audio Screen
1 Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ 157
2 Huawei P60 Pro 156 141
3 Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max 154 149 143
3 Apple iPhone 15 Pro 154 142
5 Oppo Find X6 Pro 153 128
5 Google Pixel 8 Pro 153 145 142
7 Honor Magic5 Pro 152 123 138 151
8 Oppo Find X6 150 127
9 Huawei Mate 50 Pro 149 145 144 141
10 Google Pixel 8 148 140


The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ is an excellent smartphone camera that delivers outstanding results in photo mode, good results in video mode, and decent results in zoom mode. The device’s variable aperture, fast and accurate autofocus, and wide depth of field make it an excellent choice for photography enthusiasts. However, the device’s video performance could be improved, especially in low-light conditions. Overall, the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ is a top-performing smartphone camera that is well worth considering for anyone looking for a decent mobile phone camera.

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