According to the DXOMARK listing, Huawei P60 Pro received 146 points in the display tally. It is sharing the spot with Google Pixel 7 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S23 Plus.
Meanwhile, Google Pixel Fold sits on top with 151 points, similar points have been collected by Honor Magic 5 Pro. The third and fourth places are distributed for iPhone 14 Pro Max and 14 Pro with 149 points each. Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and S23 got 148 points for 5th and 6th places.
Aside from the display, Huawei P60 Pro ranks first in the camera section with 156 points. Read more here.
Among these, Huawei P60 Pro has a different display, which includes a quad-curve structure. Coming to the specs, Huawei P60 Pro equips a 6.67-inch LTPO screen, supporting an adaptive 1-120Hz refresh rate.
There’s a new feature called X-True display, which provides accurate colors and details in bright and dark pixels. The display also supports P3 wide color gamut and comes with two TÜV Rheinland Colour Accuracy Dual Certification.
PROS and CONS
DXOMARK has shared the pros and cons of the Huawei P60 Pro display test, check them below.
- Great overall camera performance, making it ideal for all types of pictures and videos in all lighting conditions
- Outstanding performance in low-light conditions, capable of freezing motion
- Outstanding friends-and-family photos, with accurate skin-tone rendering and captured moments, even in challenging conditions
- Variable aperture keeps everyone in a group shot in focus thanks to a large depth of field
- High level of details at all zoom ranges
- Outstanding performance in macro mode, particularly with the tele camera
- Good overall audio performance in playback and recording
- Good screen color rendering in every lighting condition
- Smooth screen interactions when playing videos games or browsing the web
- Good display readability in indoor and low-light environments
- Depth estimation differences between the preview of the image and the final capture
- Occasional unnatural detail rendering in difficult shooting conditions
- Noticeable focusing transitions when taking videos
- Recordings made with the main camera app sound muffled
- Some inefficiencies in the audio zoom feature
- Lack of screen brightness under sunlight
- Many frame drops when playing video games