Huawei's newly-launched P40 Pro has "blown the competition out of the water" to become the best camera smartphone ever, according to DxOMark.
The flagship handset has achieved an impressive top score of 128 in the DxOMark camera tests to lead the charts with a decisive 4-point lead over the erstwhile champion, the OPPO Find X2 Pro.
Here are more details.
DxOMark is a benchmarking website that tests different types of cameras, ranging from smartphones to professional cameras. For ratings, several industry-standard tests are conducted wherein 1,500+ images and 2+ hours of video are captured and examined in controlled lab environments and in natural indoor/outdoor scenes.
With a wide dynamic range, well-detailed long zoom shots, consistently fast and accurate autofocus, excellent texture/noise balance, and accurate exposure in night shots, the Huawei P40 Pro has achieved the highest DxOMark camera score of 128 (overall).
Separately, in the Photo tests, the handset got an unprecedented 140 points while in the Video tests, it garnered a high score of 105 points.
The Huawei P40 Pro, with an overall score of 103 points, has been adjudged by DxOMark as the best device for taking selfies. The handset beat the Huawei Nova 6 5G by achieving the top scores of 108 for Photo and 95 for Video.
The Huawei P40 Pro headlines a quad-camera setup on the back, which comprises a 50MP (f/1.9, OIS) Ultra Vision main sensor, a 40MP (f/1.8) ultra-wide-angle lens, a 12MP (f/3.4, OIS) telephoto lens, and a 3D Depth Sensing camera.
On the front, it has a dual-lens unit including a 32MP (f/2.2) main sensor and a depth camera.
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