Egash Josh, 27 Mar 2018Those guys who still can't stomach the fact that Huawei has brought its A game in smartphone p... moreExactly. I am not a big fan, but they are really trying, with far less hardware issues and troubles. This innovation should be appreciated. To pack this much stuffs in that body is magnificent, an engineering marvel nonetheless.
"The first triple-camera smartphone uses its huge 1/1.73″ RGB sensor in conjunction with the 1/2.78″ Monochrome one to produce clear photos with very low noise"
But DXOmark says the P20 has better "Texture" and "noise" than the P20 Pro...
You get 100! And you get 100! And you get 100! Everybody gets +100! /Oprah
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2018Think about: Lumia 1020+sd845 or sd835= beat u favourite phone actually..I agree but Lumia 1020 is not in the mix now, and Bytheway I still appreciate the pureview of the old Nokias!! But we have to salute Huawei!
no words to describe this... also with AIS like function I wished for about 1.5year for video, and 3 months for photo(shaky fireworks).
geordie81, 27 Mar 2018Megapixel has NEVER counted, only if u want to print on a large scale or cropping purposes. Bu... moreStop this nonsense megapixel count always mattered the quantity works hand in hand with pixel size, and it sure is crucial for video, saying it never mattered is about extreme as saying it is the most important thing
Those guys who still can't stomach the fact that Huawei has brought its A game in smartphone photography, please take a chill pill and move on. Or is it so hard to accept that its from a Chinese company?? Please just appreciate technology other dxo mark ratings will also come and go! And also its not the first time that Huawei has flexes it's muscles on photography department, we all saw it with Mate 10/10 pro.
"the DxO tests don't always correspond with real-life performance of the phones"
What's there more to argue?
Shui8, 27 Mar 2018Watched on youtube Android Authority hands on review on this phone, there are settings to chan... moreActually you have 4 options with 808 PV. 38mpx full resolution (without pureview technology) and 8mpx, 5mpx and 3mpx (4/3) pureview resolutions.
DSLRer, 27 Mar 2018After getting a DSLR every camera on a phone looks like a joke, no surprises there, but I noti... moreMegapixel has NEVER counted, only if u want to print on a large scale or cropping purposes. But at the end of the day the best camera is the one your carrying! Not everyone wants a DSLR regardless of their superiority, then again genuine photographers wont downplay the value of a phone camera over any other model
Here comes Xiaomi, who silently sneaks-in Mi 2s with score of 97!! Oh that levels with Mate 10 pro & Iphone X.
Looking forward to GSMArena whether this closely stacks up against the likes of Samsungs or Apples or LGs..
Three cams on the back has needs to exclusively battery! Why not dual battery inside it..!?
You were cool on mobile scoring once DxOMark, but after your new parameter measurements every time a couple of companies releases a device (even if it's a dummy/prototype you grab onto or firmware isn't polished as a stable version) it's proportionally the new king of mobile photography... I lost my credibility in yourselves; you just blend in the market and stick with the ones who... well I don't have any kind of solid proof about that... but it's so obvious
I dont personally care about Dxo mark but this is a slab on the face to mi mix 2s who boast earlier about their dxo mark...lol
Anonymous, 27 Mar 2018Have pity for the trypophobia...Agreed, totally great idea is You opinion bro..
After getting a DSLR every camera on a phone looks like a joke, no surprises there, but I noticed that the megapixel amount doesn't make any change, it's the sensors size which makes all the difference, while every photo by phones look "flat", on DSLR you get depth to your photos that no phone camera has yet to achieve, the moment manufactures will figure out how to get the sensor bigger, THAT will be a game changer, every camera now is an evolution and not a revolution, still my galaxy s8 takes amazing photos as a point-and-shot available in my pocket.
Have a look at the P20 Pro's artificial light portrait, or the bokeh test portrait, and look at full resolution. It looks like a phone camera photo from at least 6 years ago, and is a masterclass in bad processing: all low-contrast detail (hair, skin-tones, textures in clothing) smushed away to a watercolour by crude noise reduction and then the result oversharpened.
Now it's one thing for an early release firmware to have imperfect processing, provided they do something about it in updates. But why the hell DxO praised these shots, rather than calling them out for crude errors, I find very hard to understand, and it gives me very little confidence in their scoring.