On the occasion of the official presentation of the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro, the Chinese manufacturer has unveiled the photo rating granted by DxOMark, the laboratory that makes reference in the world of mobile photography. With 112 points, it exceeds the Mate 20 Pro, P20 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus.
The Huawei P30 Pro
This Tuesday, Huawei officially presented in Paris its two new high-end smartphones, the Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro. In order to highlight the photo performance of the most premium model, the Chinese brand has unveiled the score that the French laboratory DxOMark had granted the Huawei P30 Pro.
While the Huawei P20 Pro had trusteed the first place in the standings for one year with the score of 109, matched only by the Mate 20 Pro, then by the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, the Huawei P30 Pro has passed, rising directly to first place with a score of 112.
Accurate performances in portrait mode
To justify this first place, DxOMark notes the excellent performance of autofocus, flash and zoom. The photo part therefore gets 119 points when the video is worth 97 points. Remember that DxOMark's scores are detailed according to the quality of the exposure, autofocus, portrait mode, artifacts or color respect.
"The most obvious improvements are in the field of bokeh and zoom, where the P30 Pro becomes the new benchmark thanks to its 5x telephoto lens with a periscopic lens and a TOF sensor that offers a more accurate depth map in portrait mode" explains DxOMark. Among the improvement tracks in photo, DxOMark regrets a color that seems too artificial for the sky outdoors or some artifacts a little too pronounced, especially in bright areas.
In video, if DxOMark hails the excellent stabilization of the Huawei P30 Pro as well as the low digital noise in good light condition, this is not the case for dark scenes.
Only the fourth position for selfies
Moreover, if the P30 Pro is in the lead for the rear photo module, this is not the case for selfies where the smartphone only gets the rating of 89. It is therefore behind the Galaxy S10 Plus (96) , the Google Pixel 3 (92) and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (92). In particular, a lens that fails to play on depth of field and low detail in low light.
Do not hesitate to consult our comprehensive test of Huawei P30 Pro.
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