The recently launched Chinese mobile phone Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G claimed the first position in the photography ranking of the international portal DxOMark, which analyzes smartphones for the quality of their cameras. The Huawei smartphone received 123 points in the final ranking and stood out mainly because of its autofocus, exposure and zoom capabilities. With this, it beats the previous champion, Mate 30 Pro without 5G. The top 5 is:

  1. Mate 30 Pro 5G
  2. Mate 30 Pro
  3. Mi Note 10
  4. iPhone 11 Pro Max
  5. Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G

Considered the “king of cameras”, the 5G version smartphone outperforms the 4G model thanks to software updates, as pointed out by the GizChina website. The device has received a new algorithm that can work better with flash photos, which increases the quality of exposure.

Mate 30 Pro 5G received 134 points in photos and 102 in the video, according to the ranking. The 4G model was in the 132 and 100 points in these same categories, respectively.

Besides the autofocus, the stabilization is one of the outstanding features in video recordings of the most recent model. On the other hand, the cell phone does not have support for HDR, optical technology that can improve contrast and depth in photos and videos. Although the night photos still don’t have a quality that stands out, there were also improvements in this aspect.

The smartphone also attracts attention from other hardware areas, such as the 6.56-inch AMOLED screen that covers the sides and has a resolution of 2400 x 1176 pixels, which is larger than the traditional Full HD in devices of this level. It has an under-screen fingerprint reader, 256 GB of storage and 8 GB of RAM, a configuration that rivals many notebooks on the market.

Besides its technical quality, the product line Mate 30 Pro is also recognized for not having access to Google applications because of the war between the Chinese company and the United States government, which accuses the manufacturer of industrial espionage. If the conflict is not resolved, the device may even lose Android.

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