Huawei P40 Pro wins everything and reach the first position in the prestigious ranking DxOMark,...
2020-04-01 10:00:17
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Huawei P40 Pro has the best camera of all time, won all about DxOMark

Ugly outside, beautiful inside

Huawei P40 Pro wins everything and reach the first position in the prestigious ranking DxOMark, totaling as many as 128 points. The tests involved in analyzing the performance of cameras, putting to the test many parameters and offering in-depth reviews. The new Huawei top range then takes her place on Oppo Find 2X Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro.
The quality of the rear camera appears high in many different shooting situations, including night photos or with poor brightness. Just at this juncture Huawei P40 Pro does record the record, with scores ever before. According
DxOMark performance is excellent even with the video. It is about the joint work by the excellent optical image stabilizer, auto focus, and of course the software.
Huawei P40 Pro fully convince even with the front camera, which totals 103 points, resulting in turn the best of those tested by the network. It speaks positively in particular the effect bokeh (the gradient around the object focused) and the general quality of the shots, which are aided by the additional depth sensor. A little 'less convincing are the videos recorded in low light conditions, but the performance is still very compelling.
Here is an excerpt of the final comment from DxOMark:
"Huawei P40 Pro reaches the head of our table with a bang, outstripping the 4 points the previous holder of the title , Oppo Find X2 Pro and Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro.
P40 Pro achieves an impressive DxOMark Camera score of 128, because it is one of the best devices - if not the best - we've got to try up to now, almost all the categories. It impresses in particular for the larger, with shots inside the zoom range that show better detail and a lower video noise than those of the competition. The main camera has the absolute best autofocus system, and offers the most convincing balance between texture and video noise. "