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DxOMark: The cameras of HONOR 30 Pro+ shines, scores the 125 points!

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Leading independent camera tester DxOMark has just published the back camera score of the new HONOR 30 Pro+.
DxOMark: The cameras of HONOR 30 Pro+ shines, scores the 125 points!
HONOR 30 Pro+ DxOMark score

The new second-highest rated camera phone in the world

HONOR 30 Pro achieved a monstrous photo score of 136 points and a video score of 104 points for an average score of 125 points. This makes the back cameras of the HONOR 30 Pro+ the second-highest rated in the market yet.
Strong scores
Strong scores

In comparison, it has a higher total score than the 124 points of the Find X2 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro. It even bested the 123 points of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G. Currently, only the Huawei P40 Pro with 128 total points is higher than the new HONOR 30 Pro+.

HONOR achieved this by using a 50MP f/1.9 Sony IMX700 primary camera with Octa PD Autofocus, 16MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera with PDAF, and an 8MP f/3.4 telephoto with PDAF and OIS. The phone is powered by the Kirin 990 SoC solution.

The Honor 30 Pro+ shares a sizable chunk of imaging hardware and software with the Huawei P40 Pro, the current number one in our DXMARK Camera ranking, so the Honor’s excellent results across all Photo and Video attributes should not really come as a big surprise to anyone. The results are particularly close for Video, where the Honor performs at a very high level across the board, and differences between it and the P40 Pro are quite minor.

Those more focused on still image capture won’t be disappointed either. The 30 Pro+ delivers very good-to-excellent results across all categories, but in a few—for example, Zoom and Bokeh—it lags slightly behind the P40 Pro. For a majority of users, those differences will be negligible. If you’re part of that group, the Honor 30 Pro+ is a smartphone camera that is almost as good as it gets. Those who need or want the absolute best will still have to shell out for the P40 Pro.

However, DxOMark has yet to publish its selfie camera rating.

To read the full report for DxOMark, check the source below.

Source: DxOMark
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