Huawei has successively topped the DxOMark chart each time it launches a new flagship. This is due to the recognized quality of their cameras, and it seems the new Mate 30 Pro does not disappoint.
The recently launched smartphone with four rear cameras achieves a rating of 121 points in this ranking. It surpasses the previous leader, the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, which has 117 points.
Classification is divided into photography, video and front camera
This is a classification divided into three points: photography, video and front camera. The front camera is the weakest point of the smartphone, with 93 points, achieving video 100 points. In terms of photography (with the rear camera), it reaches 131 points.
According to this ranking, the highlight of the Mate 30 Pro is its exposure, processing, zooming and night photography. Compared to the P30 Pro, Mate achieves better white balance but also better zoom results.
In the field of selfies, the Mate 30 Pro is below 99 points achieved by the Samsung Note 10+ 5G. Once again, the front camera of the Mate 30 Pro proves not to be the best in its class.
At the end of the day, it's the user experience that counts. This is just a ranking, and you will be the user to choose if you prefer the results of a Mate 30 Pro, Galaxy Note 10+ or one of the new iPhone.
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