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Huawei P20 Pro has a new RECORD BREAKING score of 109 points at DxOMark!

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Huawei has just launched the P20 Pro, the smartphone with the very best camera yet according to DxOMark's testing labs.
A game changer!
A game changer!

The Huawei P20 Pro has a triple camera setup. It include 40MP RGB lens, 20MP mono lens, and an 8MP 3x telephoto lens.
Huawei P20 Pro has a new RECORD BREAKING score of 102 points at DxOMark!
Camera sensor of the P20 Pro

At DxOMark, it has 114 photo score and 98 video score. Combine that together and you'll get 109 points of average score. It is the highest score found on any smartphone at DxOMark yet.
Huawei P20 Pro's camera placement
Huawei P20 Pro's camera placement

In comparison, it is 10 points ahead of previous leader, the Galaxy S9+ with 99 points. It is also way ahead the 98 points of Google Pixel 2, and 97 points of the Apple iPhone X, Huawei Mate 10 Pro, and the new Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S.

According to DxOMark, the P20 Pro is a game changer,


We are used to every new smartphone camera generation being slightly better than the previous one, but looking at the images and test results from the P20 Pro, it seems Huawei has skipped one or two generations. The results are simply that good. The P20 Pro’s triple camera setup is the biggest innovation we have seen in mobile imaging for quite some time and is a real game changer.

Being able to pick the best camera for a specific shooting situation and computationally merge the image data from all three sensors means that the new Huawei beats the competition in virtually every category, taking the number one spots in both our Photo and Video rankings. The P20 Pro is particularly good in low light, when zooming, and for bokeh simulation, blowing its direct rivals out of the water. If you are looking for the current best camera in a smartphone, look no further.

On the other hand, the regular P20 also got a BEASTLY total score of 102 points. 107 points for photos and 94 points for video!

What do you think guys?

Source: DxOMark
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