Mate 30 Pro DxOMark scores released, rank over Galaxy Note 10+
DxOMark reevaluated Huawei’s Mate 30 Pro and scored 121 points. It took over the 1st place which was held by Galaxy Note 10+ with a score of 117 points. Huawei P30 Pro ranks third with 116 points.
Rear 4 cameras
The selling point of the new Mate 30 Pro is the photo-taking ability. In addition to the ultra wide-angle camera, wide-angle camera and telephoto camera, the use of the 3D deep-sensing camera further enhance the photo quality.
In terms of the camera specifications, the camera module is consists of 40 MP f/1.8 super wide-angle camera, 40 MP f/1.6 wide-angle camera (OIS), and 8 MP f/2.4 3x optical zoom telescopes (OSI). 5x hybrid zoom and up to 30x digital zoom with 3 cameras. The front camera, a 32 MP f/2.0 fixed focus camera.
DxOMark: There are no real weaknesses
DxOMark claims that the Mate 30 Pro has no real weakness in the camera and can provide good images and movies in almost any situation. The overall quality of the photo is very good. Its texture/noise balance is excellent, it delivers outstanding detail in almost all conditions while keeping image noise low.
However, the wide-angle camera is relatively narrow, and under some conditions there will be a slight white balance and occasional focus and detail instability during zooming. In terms of filming, the Mate 30 Pro can’t beat the Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, but in most cases it preserves the details and textures, but with coarse noise and color cast in low light.