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DxOMark: Huawei P50 Pro receives a smartphone camera score of 144 points, the highest yet!

Image testing authority DxOMark has just published the camera rating of the newly announced Huawei P50 Pro.
DxOMark: Huawei P50 Pro receives a smartphone camera score of 144 points, the highest yet!
Huawei P50 Pro

DxOMark crowns a new smartphone camera king!

Camera score breakdown

The Huawei P50 Pro achieves a Photo score of 149, Zoom score of 107, and Video score of 116 for an average score of 144 points. 
144 is the new highest rating on any smartphone camera at the testing site yet beating the likes of Mi 11 Ultra and its own Mate 40 Pro+.

This is way higher than the 123 points scored by the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (Snapdragon) and the 130 points of the iPhone 12 Pro Max.

DxOMark shared that the handset delivered low noise levels and a wide dynamic range in all conditions for both the primary and ultra-wide cameras, accurate and natural white balance, good detail in indoor and daylight videos, and effective video stabilization, among others.

The camera delivers outstanding still image quality in all conditions, earning itself a new top mark in the Photo category, where its score of 149 is again one point higher than the Mi 11 Ultra's. The P50 Pro's results in our tests are the best or among the best to date in pretty much all Photo sub-categories. The only exception is preview, where there are often visibly significant differences between preview images and final captures, especially in high-contrast light conditions.

The new Huawei also sets a benchmark for Zoom, with its score of 107 a full seven points over the previous leader in this category, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra. The P50 Pro is currently the best smartphone for zooming both in and out, and image results from both the ultra-wide camera as well as the tele module are the best we have seen to date.

While the P50 Pro does not set a new high score for video, it's only one point shy of the best device for shooting moving images to date, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, mainly because of lower texture/noise results. However, the P50 Pro video autofocus is the best in our ranking, and overall the camera delivers excellent video quality. Just as for Photo, test results for pretty much all sub-attributes are among the very best we have seen. The only area for criticism is video artifacts, where our testers observed some unwanted effects like judder, aliasing, and color quantization.

Minor quibbles aside, Huawei has done it again, with its latest flagship becoming the new smartphone camera benchmark that all upcoming rivals will have to be measured against.

The Chinese tech titan achieved this feat by using a 50MP f/1.8 OIS primary sensor, 40MP f/1.6 monochrome, 13MP f/2.2 ultra-wide, 64MO f/3.5 tele with OIS, Multispectral sensor, and the image processing capabilities of the Kirin 9000 SoC.

To know more about the new Huawei P50, read here.

Source: DxOMark

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