YBahadir, 14 Nov 2019The average scores are the same. On one issue the iPhone is very little ahead, while on anothe... moreJust like iphone is ahead in video recording compared to other phones even though it doesn't have 960fps recording, same way mi note 10 is better than iPhone at 4k 30fps.
Better auto focus, better color, better low light, less noise. You'll have to deal with it Mr.Hater.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2019Because it's video even at 4k 30fps is better than iPhone with 4k 30fps.
Better color, bett... moreThe average scores are the same. On one issue the iPhone is very little ahead, while on another issue the CC9 Pro is very little ahead. But their overall average in video recording quality is exactly the same.
But; CC9 Pro 4K@30 FPS can open EIS while all cameras are on? No! So can it open HDR? He was also the no. What about at 4K@60 FPS? It can't open EIS and HDR even when other cameras are off.
How can the video quality of these two devices be the same? Your hated of Apple has outstripped your logic. It's very clear.
Nick Tagataka, 12 Nov 2019Ok Xiaomi bot, you can shut down now. As much as I respect Xiaomi for making very competitive ... moreYou cannot defeat my argument. CC9 is better than Huawei. Huawei cannot defeat it.
Nick Tagataka, 08 Nov 2019If that's the impression you had after you read my comment, then I must say I really feel sorr... moreOk, so you´re implying I´m dumb. What´s your second language again? Maybe you should think about how not to sound like a marketing banner by Apple. Maybe then people will get the right impression.
After waiting months for Apple to tweak their software to try to steal the top spot. How low would the score have been if DXO tested the iPhone right out of the box. The only one to beat Huawei is Huawei itself.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2019
Our subject; it's not the storage space the video needs. Video recording quality. How can th... moreBecause it's video even at 4k 30fps is better than iPhone with 4k 30fps.
Better color, better auto focus and lesser noise.
Read the values.
Anonymous, 12 Nov 2019You do realize that 4k 60fps takes up a lot of space.
The bitrate has to be very high, otherw... more
Our subject; it's not the storage space the video needs. Video recording quality. How can these two devices get the same score when everything else is the same (auto focus, coatings, noise, etc.)? It's against the laws of physics.
Iwontbuythat, 11 Nov 2019Huawei Mate 30 Pro cannot defeat CC9 Pro. CC9 Pro is better.Ok Xiaomi bot, you can shut down now. As much as I respect Xiaomi for making very competitive products like this, I hate how some blind fanboys try so hard that they end up tarnishing their reputation.
YBahadir, 11 Nov 2019Really, then I'm fine with it. I'd say CC9 Pro shoots better video. It is no problem. I'm not ... moreYou do realize that 4k 60fps takes up a lot of space.
The bitrate has to be very high, otherwise footage looks weak.
IPhone with limited storage and lack of expandable storage forces users to delete files on their phone. Cloud storage is not accessible everywhere. Especially on a vacation, you might not have access to high speed Internet at all times. What good is that 4k 60fps with limited storage & lack of expandable storage on the iPhone? You see 4k 60fps on an iPhone is the joke that is what is funny.
Anonymous, 09 Nov 2019"DxOMark: iPhone 11 Pro Max isn't as good as the Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro" , because apple did not pa... moreSo, Apple don't have deep enough pockets for a tiny company like DxOMark? How much do they spend bribing YouTubers to give over the top praise for phones like the iPhone 11, which has a cheap low resolution LCD display?
Iwontbuythat, 10 Nov 2019CC9 Pro is better. Huawei cannot defeat it. Not at night, and especially not at day. Images fr... more60fps will make the video quality worse as it takes twice as much processing power. Well, it's chip is twice as powerfull, but anyway, DXOmark doesn't give a higher score for having more fps
Iwontbuythat, 09 Nov 2019Don't buy this phone if you think of playing demanding games at high settings. Personally, I ... moreit's not outdated at all. It's just not a flagship one. You can still play games like PUBG mobile on high, just not on ultra.
Iwontbuythat, 10 Nov 2019CC9 Pro is better. Huawei cannot defeat it. Not at night, and especially not at day. Images fr... moreTell me how this choppy mess is better than what Mate 30 Pro is able to churn out of its cameras.
Then explain to me how you can say CC9 Pro's night shot with blown highlights and non-existent grass details is better than Mate's?
"I already told you, I don't care about that and you cannot change this"
You can't just ignore the part you "don't care", your personal preference doesn't matter when we are judging which phone has a better set of cameras as objectively as possible. CC9 Pro's video recording capability is not as good as ones on proper flagship smartphones, from regular video recording to special mode, how about just admitting it already instead of repeating the same argument over and over again, yeah?
Anonymous, 11 Nov 2019How can a device receive same score when that phone can't even do 960fps slow mo recording(eve... moreReally, then I'm fine with it. I'd say CC9 Pro shoots better video. It is no problem. I'm not an Apple or iPhone fanatic. But I want to understand how. 1080p@30FPS on one side, 4K@60 FPS on the other. HDR 10+: on, EIS: on, other lenses: on. The CC9 Pro can only keep all this on at 1080p @ 30FPS. Even the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, Note 10+, Pixel4 XL is the same case.
2 - 3 generations have always used the words iPhone family is better in video. Now it's said on YouTube that the difference in all the reviews has been further opened up. Perhaps the only authority to say the opposite was DxOMark. Does that make sense to you? I'll ask, but I'm pretty sure you won't get an objective answer.
YBahadir, 10 Nov 2019Got to do?
They've already compared everything you're talking about and given both devices th... moreHow can a device receive same score when that phone can't even do 960fps slow mo recording(even mid rangers do that these days).
if DxOMark said, iPhone was better than CC9 pro, then you'd be bragging about it.
This 500$ phone is better than your iPhone in camera, you'd have to live with those facts.
Nick Tagataka, 10 Nov 2019In daylight I would say in daylight CC9 Pro can resolve more textures, but you're completely m... moreCC9 Pro is better. Huawei cannot defeat it. Not at night, and especially not at day. Images from CC9 Pro are better.
Video is better too at CC9 Pro. 60fps huawei still cannot defeat 30fps CC9 Pro in video.
And slow motion? I already told you, I don't care about that and you cannot change this.
Anonymous, 09 Nov 2019did you know why Pixel always use "outdated" SoC? because they know if they use newest SoC ... moreThat means that the phone won't age well, though. The optimisations will be completed on most games within the first few months after the chipset has been publicly available, which renders the old SoCs, well, obsolete in comparison.
Iwontbuythat, 09 Nov 2019"Where did you get the information that CC9 Pro does low light photography just as well as Ma... moreIn daylight I would say in daylight CC9 Pro can resolve more textures, but you're completely missing out on one thing - dynamic range. It's wider on Mate 30 Pro with more balanced out exposure, whereas on CC9 Pro the metering seems to be slightly off in some scenes resulting in blown highlights. In low light CC9 quickly turns into a mess with soft textures and lack of HDR, and while night mode definitely helps reigning down shadows, it oversharpens while also introducing some fusion artefacts. Here Mate 30 Pro is consistently better with better intricate texture renditions and higher dynamic range, and of course better extreme low light capability.
Then the lens quality, which is better on Mate 30 Pro as well. In DxO's scoring system CC9 Pro lost artifacts points because of corner softness, minor but noticeable purple fringe, and so on, and the sample pictures do show them. Mate 30 Pro is being able to resolve details far more consistently across corners, whereas CC9 Pro... look, it's still excellent for the price, but you just can't compare it to a phone that probably has the sharpest lens on any smartphones.
Finally I can clearly see the difference between 30fps and 60fps videos since my brain function properly and so are my eyes, thankfully. I'm not quite sure if you're just trolling me or actually tricking yourself into thinking that the difference in frame rate is not noticeable, but let me tell you this: It's NOT invisible.
"But I personally don't need slow motion"
"So I am not even going to take that into consideration"
Sorry but that's typical "I don't care about this so it's irrelevant" logic. I never asked for your personal preference, Iwontbuythat argument thank you.