Huawei Mate 10 Pro has been revealed to have a DXOMark test score of 97 points, one point behind Google Pixel 2. As it stands, the Pixel 2 remains the highest rated phone camera according to DXOMark’s rating where it got a score of 98. This score shows that the Mate 10 Pro has the potential of being an outstanding smartphone for photography enthusiasts.
The Mate 10 Pro comes with an attractive design which includes a dual camera setup at the rear with the Leica badge. The rear cameras are a combination of a 12MP RGB sensor with a 20MP Monochrome sensor. This is a familiar setup which was used on the Mate 9 last year. The two sensors have f/1.6 apertures apiece with Leica optics. The camera also supports two times lossless zoom, phase detection autofocus (PDAF) and laser autofocus.
The summary of the DXOMark test shows that the Mate 10 Pro’s camera performed better in still photography than in the video aspect. The Mate 10 Pro recorded a sub-score of 100 points in the aspect of photos which matches the photo sub-score of the Galaxy Note 8. The key attributes which give the Mate 10 Pro camera its outstanding rating include its good exposures, particularly in indoor conditions; a very good wide aperture mode, which produces a mild, but attractive bokeh effect with few artefacts; and outstanding autofocus performance. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro also packs a capable video mode with a sub-score of 91 points. Check out more camera samples from the Mate 10 Pro below.