DXOMARK Clarify How Huawei P50 Pro Display Better than Galaxy S21 Ultra
DXOMARK yesterday released the latest evaluation results of the Huawei P50 Pro display, three of the five tests topped the list, with a total DXOMARK screen score of 93 points. Especially the screen score exceeded Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G, a moment triggered hot debate among netizens.
The reason for this is only one thing, the use of the domestic BOE screen over Samsung’s top AMOLED screen, maybe to see too many negative comments from netizens, Dxomark through the official microblogging elaboration of their evaluation of cell phone screen standards.
In response to this situation, DXOMARK issued a statement early this morning about the previous review results, explaining their criteria for evaluating the two models and their views on the matter, and very rigorously released a comparison video of the two phones.
Dxomark put out several sets of comparison videos to answer how Huawei P50 Pro display better than Galaxy S21 Ultra, comparing the models P50 Pro and Samsung S21 Ultra, but the main comparison is not the screen display but the video playback and touch operation aspects, Dxomark said. “When moving the progress bar, video playback resumes immediately on the Huawei P50 Pro, while on the S21 Ultra there is a noticeable visible lag.”
This video shows the responsiveness of video playback under sports items. When skipping video forward and backward, the device should respond immediately and without delayed playback. “DXOMARK does not evaluate the screen, we evaluate the user experience of the screen” Dxomark added. “Every device is considered a black box, and the display performance of the software and system is visible to the user and therefore needs to be evaluated.”
Dxomark also released a note stating that Huawei’s phone has an advantage in screen flicker, compared to the OnePlus 8T and Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G (Exynos), and ultimately concluded that the Huawei P50 Pro (PWM 1448Hz) can effectively control the flicker, while OnePlus’ 481Hz and Samsung’s 240Hz cannot.
In addition, they emphasized that if you move one or two fingers to zoom, it works very well on the Huawei P50 Pro device. On the S21 Ultra, the zoom center point drifts when moving only one finger. The difference between the two devices is that this effect is always available on the P50 Pro and sometimes not on the S21 Ultra.