With the launch of P30 Pro, Huawei rewrote the rules of photography and taken the first spot on DxOMark listing. However, with the launch Galaxy Note 10+ 5G, Samsung finally able to surpasses Huawei and established its legacy as the top scorer for both rear and front cameras on the DxOMark.
But, there’s a new flagship coming on September 19 named as Huawei Mate 30 Pro packed with the new circular camera matrix and expected to rethink the rules of photography as well as once again regain the top spot on DxOMark.
Rear Camera: Huawei Mate 30 Pro to come with a quad-camera setup including 40MP Super Sensing + 40MP Movie camera + 8MP Telephoto Camera + 3D Depth Sensing camera. Co-designed with Leica, the camera system inherits technologies like SuperSensing used in P30 series and the new Movie camera.
According to previous information, the SuperSensing and Movie/Cine Lens technologies will improve the video recording feature and picture quality.
Front Camera: The Mate 30 Pro will have three camera lenses along with other sensors for face security and selfies. However, we don’t have any information about the features of the front camera but can be expected that the phone will have improved front camera quality.
In addition, Huawei is also promoting some of its latest new camera improvement but the question is how much the Mate 30 Pro can score on the DxOMark, will it be 114, 115, 116, 117 points or even more? Let us know your guessings in the comment below.