Just a month after the Oppo Find X6 Pro was crowned the best smartphone camera on DxOMark Mobile ranking, the Huawei P60 Pro has taken over the spot with a new record score. Despite not having a large 1-inch sensor, Huawei P60 Pro managed to get 156 points for DxOMark Camera, which is 3 points higher than the Oppo Find X6 Pro.
According to DxOMark in their review, the P60 Pro is found to have a wide dynamic range in landscape or portrait images with good contrast in every lighting condition. It was also found to produce nice and vivid colours for every tested lighting condition in photos while offering good video colours for both outdoor and indoor conditions. Autofocus is said to be fast and accurate while the camera’s depth of field delivered good sharpness on all faces in group shots with subjects in different planes.
Looking at the score breakdown, the Huawei P60 Pro achieved 159 points for photos, 80 points for bokeh, 75 points for preview, 158 points for zoom and 147 points for video.
Video isn’t the P60 Pro’s strongest suit as its video score falls behind the Oppo Find X6 Pro’s 148 points and the iPhone 14 Pro Max’s 149 points. DxOMark found skin tones to be unnatural in low light video and there are some unnatural detail rendering in difficult conditions. They added that there’s focus stepping during video transitions but it offers improved video stabilisation which they say is on par with the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
To recap, the Huawei P60 Pro has a triple-camera setup that consists of a 48MP 1/1.43″ RYYB sensor that comes with a variable aperture lens with various stops between f/1.4 and f/4.0. Also included is a 13MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera and a 48MP f/2.1 telephoto shooter that offers 3.5x optical zoom and 10x hybrid zoom. In case you missed it, you can check out our hands-on and photo samples taken with the Huawei P60 Pro.
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