Huawei P50 Pro surpasses the Xiaomi Mi 11
Huawei yesterday unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the P50 Pro. As every year, the Chinese manufacturer is focused on the smartphone camera, and it seems to be the most powerful on the market according to the DXOMARK test.
In addition to the smartphone released yesterday, DXOMARK released the Huawei P50 Pro camera test. As you might guess, Huawei has once again supplanted all its competitors. A state-of-the-art smartphone is now in use first place in the ranking of photos 144 points, one point more than Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.
The smartphone uses 4 cameras in the back, who 50 MP main sensor, A 40 – megapixel monochrome sensor that acts as a second main sensor, a 13 – megapixel ultra – wide angle, and a 64 – megapixel telephoto lens. This last offer 3.5x optical zoom and up to 200x digital zoom. By comparison, the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra offers only 120X digital zoom and the Galaxy S21 Ultra 100X.
The Huawei P50 Pro is now ranked first in the DXOMARK rankings
The total score is 144 points, which includes 149 photo points, 107 zooms and 119 videos, The P50 Pro outperforms its competition in all categories. The analysis highlights excellent performance in all areas and highlights in particular the wide dynamic range of photos and videos.
The site also points out continuous autofocus, though it doesn’t work better than the iPhone 12 Pro Max. In the video, the details of the indoor and night clips are rich, the smartphone manages noise well and offers a precise and natural white balance.
The P50 Pro’s rear cameras aren’t the only ones that shine the smartphone is now also the first place in the selfie ranking. As a result, it is 106 points ahead of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro with 104 points and the Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G with 100 points. So far, it is difficult for Huawei’s competitors to compare the photo performance of the P50 Pro. As every year, we imagine that only the Mate 50 Pro, which will be launched at the end of the year, will be more successful and thatwe may have to wait until next year to see the competition lead.