Huawei P20 Pro

In order to evaluate and analyze the performance of our new smartphone, the DxOMark engineers evaluated more than 1500 test images and video clips for more than two hours, in controlled laboratory environments, in indoor and outdoor landscapes, and using the camera’s default settings.

Huawei P20 Pro is the latest smartphone developed by Huawei, a leader in smart phone manufacturing. The handset is the most innovative device to date, especially in terms of camera technology and professional imaging experience. By taking a quick look at the rear panel of the Huawei P20 Pro, we will discover that it is the first smartphone ever to feature a triple camera. The new model outperforms its counterparts in several ways:

The main camera sensor

It is exceptionally large (1 / 1.78 inch), almost double the size of the Samsung Galaxy S9 (1 / 2.55 inch) phone. Although the lens is relatively slow to measure (F / 1.8), the basic color sensor of the Huawei P20 Pro camera captures about 20% of the light compared to the smaller sensors used in most competing models. This sensor also draws support from another black and white sensor, which can also capture many photons.

The main camera sensor is based on a Quad Bayer architecture with the highest resolution in pixel count, ensuring a high resolution of up to 40 megapixels. The primary sensor outputs captured data as units of 2 x 2 pixels, providing 10 MB images.

With the 80mm equivalent focal length, the Huawei P20 Pro offers a visual stability and a much wider range of imaging than close-up lenses in dual cameras with the latest iPhone and Samsung Galaxy devices. This occurs because the main camera and secondary monochrome sensor (20 megapixels) contribute to the approximate rounding details when using the double-zoom mode.

The main specifications of the camera

  • Custom settings for the tri-camera
  • Main Camera: Basic 40-megapixel (1 / 1.73 inch) color sensor with Quad Bayer, f / 1.8 lens and 27 mm focal length
  • Secondary camera: Monochrome sensor with 20 megapixels (1 / 2.78 inch) and a f / 1.6 lens with focal length of 27 mm.
  • Close-up camera: Basic 8-megapixel (1/4.4-inch) color sensor and f / 2.4 lens size lens with 80 mm focal length as well as optical image stabilization
  • Default Aperture mode. Focal length: 55 mm
  • The state-of-the-spot (PDAF) auto focus feature on the main sensor
  • Custom mode for 4K video shooting
  • Video shooting is slow at 960 frames per second with 720p resolution
  • 6.1-inch display screen, 2240 × 1080 resolution
  • Kerin 970 processor
  • Test Summary

With a total score of 109, the HUAWEI P20 Pro sets a new standard for smartphones that have been tested on the platform, surpassing all its competitors such as the iPhone X, Google Pixel 2, Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus At a marginal rate closer to or higher than 10 degrees. These stunning results are due to the stunning still image capabilities of Huawei phones, which have achieved an unprecedented image quality of 114 degrees.

The main sensor in the main camera, along with the other black and white sensor, helps to achieve excellent performance in low light conditions, as well as providing a leading dynamic imaging range within its class. With an equivalent magnifying glass (up to 80 mm in size) and monochrome and high-resolution sensor, users can get the best performance in bringing smartphones to the market today. The monochromatic sensor also helps to get excellent pouch effects on the Huawei P20 Pro.

The Huawei P20 Pro does not cause any interference or interference when using video mode, thanks to the feature-leading photo stabilization feature, auto-adjust image, and greatly reduced noise levels. With 98 degrees, this device has surpassed the Google Pixel 2 phone and put it away from the top spot in the video recording experience category, making the Huawei P20 Pro the best mobile phone in terms of photography experiences and value for money.

Bright lighting

The P20 Pro offers excellent images in all bright conditions, with instantaneous exposure monitoring, and dynamic range is one of the broadest standards we’ve ever monitored on any smartphone, making this handset ideal for shooting in High contrast and harsh lighting. The images are very clear across the various frames, and the shape of the shapes is interesting and rich in detail. Noise is also controlled well, without any spots or scarring in areas of one color such as blue sky.

On the other hand, the Huawei P20 Pro auto focus system is reliable and fast in all situations and conditions, and the color rendering is usually very pleasant, accompanied by orange or pink gradients. We also observed slight loss of saturation, some aliasing, and the effects and defects of the aura.

Low addition conditions and flash light

Huawei P20 Pro main camera sensor is exceptionally large (1 / 1.73 inch) in comparison with smart phone standards, providing low noise levels, making this smartphone a preferred choice for any type of imaging, video recording and video recording experience. Low light conditions and indoor imaging conditions. By looking at the comparison of the night images below, you can see that Huawei’s phone shows better details and much lower noise levels than its competitors from Apple and Google.

The use of LED flash light in smart phones is generally a bad idea, but the P20 Pro has the best tested flash light on smart phones, which ensures adequate exposure to light and enhance accurate details in a repetitive way.

Approximation and effects of pokey

The Huawei P20 Pro offers a dual mode to zoom in. The 80mm long focal length zoom lens helps with long-range image magnification, while the primary color sensor and the monochrome and high-resolution monochrome sensor deliver exceptional results from rounding at an average range.

As a result, the Huawei P20 Pro is in the zoom category, resulting in superior results that outperform the rest of the competition. The details in the close-up images appear to be unprecedented for smartphones in general, especially for medium- and long-range shots, not to mention low noise levels in all lighting conditions, making the P20 Pro so far the best choice for those who rely heavily on the use of Approximation and minimization properties.

Revolutionary phone changing rules of the game

Everyone understands that every new generation of smart phone cameras is better than the previous generation. But back to the photos and test results of the Huawei P20 Pro, Huawei seems to have succeeded in overcoming one or two generations in this context. The results of this handset tests were very good; the P20 Pro’s triple camera feature is the strongest innovation in mobile imaging until recently, and this camera will play a major role in changing the rules of the game at the market level.