DxOmark gives Huawei P50 Pro's cameras its highest score yet

Michail, 30 July 2021

As usual with its camera reviews, DxOMark managed to deliver a comprehensive camera review of Huawei’s just launched P50 Pro soon after the phone’s launch. Without much surprise, the latest P-series flagship managed a combined score of 144-points which places it first in the overall smartphone camera rankings. The front 13 MP selfie shooter also impressed earning another pole position for Huawei with a combined score of 106 points.

DxOmark reviews Huawei P50 Pro cameras, performance is chart-topping

DxO lauds the 50MP main sensor and 40MP monochrome module on the P50 Pro which deliver best in class experience with accurate colors, wide dynamic range and excellent fine detail rendering. Zoomed shots from the 64MP periscope are equally impressive with class-leading detail preservation, low noise and wide dynamic range. Nighttime photos were another strong point with great exposure, fast autofocus and a nifty skin tone preservation though the Mate 40 Pro+ was still better in this area.

DxOmark reviews Huawei P50 Pro cameras, performance is chart-topping

Videos also delivered good overall exposure and dynamic range alongside stable autofocus performance. A few quick notes on the selfie cam performance. Shots had low noise levels, retained great levels of detail in both in-door and daylight and offered effective video stabilization. You can read more about the P50 Pro’s camera performance via the links below.

Full camera review | Selfie camera review


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