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Google Pixel 8 Pro ranked below Huawei P60 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro on DXOMARK



DXOMARK has recently published the camera evaluation score of the Google Pixel 8 Pro, which ranked below the Huawei P60 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro models for the rear camera review.

Overall, Huawei has acquired 153 points in the tally, ranking fourth in the global smartphone DXOMARK ranking for the main camera. The third and second spot is claimed by iPhone 15 Pro with Pro Max devices with 154 points. The first spot is occupied by Huawei P60 Pro with 156 points.

Google Pixel 8 Pro uses triple camera solutions including a 50MP main camera with f/1.68 aperture. Second is an ultra-wide angle camera of 64 megapixels with f/2.8 aperture. The third one is a 48MP telephoto camera with f/2.8 aperture. The camera specifications are quite promising and the results reflect these new camera statistics in action.

Google Pixel 8 Pro DXOMARK

Below you can check the pros and cons of the Pixel 8 Pro on DXOMARK:

  • Pleasant color rendering from outdoor conditions to very low-light conditions, in both photo and video
  • Nice and accurate skin-tone rendering in all lighting conditions
  • Fast and accurate autofocus in photo and video
  • Generally accurate target exposure on the subject for both video and photo
  • Good level of details at all zoom ranges and on macro pictures
  • Efficient stabilization in most lighting conditions
  • Very good front-camera color rendering
  • Front-camera autofocus provides improved image texture levels, especially in close-up shots
  • Very good display readability in all environments
  • Pleasant screen color rendering in all viewing conditions
  • Solid HDR video experience, with pleasant brightness and contrast
  • Reactive and smooth touch interactions when web browsing
  • Great audio from built-in speakers, with a noticeable improvement over the previous Pixels
  • Pleasant and natural timbre in audio recordings
  • Improved recording quality of concerts


  • Loss of very fine image details or local loss of texture
  • Visible segmentation errors with bokeh effect
  • Some visible noise in low-light conditions during videos
  • Visible sharpness differences between frames in videos
  • Limited audio zoom performance


Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.