Huawei P50 Pro takes the top spot in DxOMark from the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. The brand new phone has grabbed two top positions, both for the selfie and rear camera. Many comparison photos show what the cameras of Huawei’s new flagship can do.
The brand new Huawei P50 Pro does not offer a 5G modem, but it does have extremely exciting camera equipment. DxOMark has now extensively tested both the quad-camera and the selfie camera.
The Huawei P50 Pro was able to grab two top spots in DxOMark’s best list, surpassing the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra and the Huawei Mate 40 Pro.
P50 Pro cameras specifications
- Selfie camera: 13 MP | 1 / 2.8 “| 18 mm | f / 2.4 | PDAF
- Main camera: 50 MP | 23 mm | f / 1.8 | OIS
- Monochrome camera: 40 MP | 26 mm | f / 1.6
- Ultra wide angle camera: 13 MP | 13 mm | f / 2.2
- Telephoto camera: 64 MP | 90 mm | f / 3.5 | OIS
The three high-resolution sensors use pixel binning as standard so that the photos ultimately have a resolution of 12.5 MP (main camera), 10 MP (monochrome camera) or 16 MP (telephoto camera).
Huawei has not yet confirmed which sensors are used. With low-noise images with a large dynamic range under all conditions, detailed photos from the telephoto camera and effective image stabilization when recording videos, the Huawei P50 Pro received an impressive 144 points in DxOMark – one point more than the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra.
However, the DxOMark test is not entirely free of criticism – the preview image of the camera app evidently deviates from the captured photo, the autofocus fails now and then in low light and the white balance does not always work correctly when recording videos. Nevertheless, according to DxOMark, the P50 Pro outperforms its competitors in practically all categories, as the many comparison photos in the test make clear.