Huawei P30 Pro Is the New DxOMark's King

Ciara Alarcon
Huawei has unveiled its new P30 series, and to hype it up even more, the company also revealed that the P30 Pro is now the lone king of DxOMark.

Huawei P30 Pro Is the New DxOMark's King
Huawei P30 Pro Is the New DxOMark's King

With 122 overall points, the P30 Pro has dethroned its rival, the Samsung Galaxy S10+, and its brothers – the Mate 20 Pro and P20 Pro. Meanwhile, for photo and video, it scored 119 and 97 points, respectively.

Photo Pros:
  • Good detail and long zoom range
  • Good target exposure even in very low light
  • Fast and accurate autofocus
  • Good detail in low light
  • Very good image results when shooting with flash
  • Accurate depth estimation and good detail in bokeh mode

Video Pros:
  • Very good stabilization
  • AF reacts quickly to scene changes, good tracking
  • Low noise levels and decent detail in bright light and indoors
  • Generally good target exposure
  • Accurate white balance and good color rendering

Huawei P30 Pro's DxOMark Camera Review
Huawei P30 Pro's DxOMark Camera Review

Photo Cons:
  • Unnatural rendering of sky color when shooting outdoors
  • Slightly limited dynamic range can result in highlight clipping
  • Range of image artifacts, including hue shift, ringing, and loss of acutance
  • Soft corners in medium-range zoom images

Video Cons:
  • Strong noise in low-light videos
  • Some exposure and white balance instabilities
  • Sharpness varies between frames in indoor videos
  • Frame rate changes noticeable in panning videos

See Also: Huawei Mate X Hands-on and Initial Impression

As a quick recap, the P30 Pro is equipped with impressive Leica cameras composed of a 40-megapixel f/1.6 OIS RYYB primary shooter, 20-megapixel f/2.2 ultra-wide-angle lens, 8-megapixel f/2.4 telephoto with 5x periscope, and a ToF sensor.

It comes with up to ISO 409600, too, making sure that users can capture great low-light photos. Moreover, it sports Professional Night Mode, Huawei AIS, and AI HDR+.

For selfies, it is mounted with a 32-megapixel snapper.

Source: DxOMark

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