Huawei P50 Pro Dxomark Score
The very high attention Huawei P50 series was released as scheduled, but unfortunately does not support 5G, and Yu Chengdong explained why. He said that under the four rounds of U.S. sanctions to limit Huawei’s 5G phones, resulting in 5G chips can only be used as 4G. But through 4G + Wi-Fi 6, on the vast majority of user scenarios, can also bring a good communication experience.
In addition, Huawei responded to the P50 series supply problem, said the supply will be alleviated, because the choice to use the Qualcomm system chip, is expected to carry Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 4G version of the supply will not be too big a problem. “And the lack of support for 5G networks will also affect the purchase intentions of some consumers, so its availability is expected to be better than last year’s Mate 40 series.”
With limited access to part supply, Huawei demonstrated a large wave of technology and innovation like Fusion XD Optics that resulted in Huawei P50 Pro Dxomark top position with 144 points overall score.
According to the official information given by DxOMark, Huawei P50 Pro has a total score of 144 points, ranking first in the DXOMARK Camera ranking, including 106 points for the front selfie and 144 points for the rear lens, both of which are first, and the rear lens beats Xiaomi’s flagship Mi 11 Ultra created by Xiaomi this year by one point. DxOMark calls the P50 Pro’s camera “the best of all worlds,” and here’s a summary of what DXOMARK has to say.
- Low noise levels and wide dynamic range in all conditions for primary and ultra-wide cameras
- Accurate and natural white balance
- Good detail at medium- and long-range tele indoors and in daylight
- Good exposure and wide dynamic range in videos
- Good white balance transition and stable autofocus in videos
- Good detail in indoor and daylight videos
- Effective video stabilization
- Shallow depth of field means some subjects might be out of focus in multi-plane portraits
- Occasional autofocus failures in low light
- Preview image different from the captured image
- Noise on textures in low-light videos
- Occasional white balance casts in indoor and outdoor videos
- Slight exposure instabilities in some videos