Huawei Mate40 Pro cameras reach top of DxOMark ranking

Announced a few hours ago, the new Huawei Mate40 Pro shows that it is here to be the best. The proof is that it has reached the top of the DxOMark ranking, revealing that it has the best photographic sensors that can currently be found on a smartphone.

This new smartphone managed to get 136 points in the test, leaving behind the former leader, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra with its 133 points. These 136 points were obtained after the equipment scored 140 points for photography, 116 points for video and 88 points for zoom.

Huawei Mate40 Pro is the new king of DxOMark

Regarding the test itself, DxOMark staff say that in the photos and in the videos, with the rear sensors, the wide dynamic range (even in low light), the balance between texture and noise, the speed and AF accuracy were particularly appreciated. , details with zoom, depth of bokeh mode, video stabilization, low noise and precise white and color balance.

Some criticism has been made on the narrow wide-angle field of view, some aliasing artifacts, the focus with zooming, the slight underexposure and the limited dynamic range in some scenes defined as “difficult”, the change sharpness between some frames during motion in video recording and the occasional ghosting effect in videos.

In short, as expected, the strength of the Huawei Mate40 Pro seems to be once again in the photographic sector, at least according to DxOMark.

If you would like to take a look at the full analysis from the DxOMark team, you can access it here.

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