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Huawei P20 Pro Scores 109 in DxOMark, Beats Samsung Galaxy S9+ for the Highest Score Yet!

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Huawei P20 Pro

The leaks were all real, Huawei has finally unveiled P20 and the P20 Pro at an event in Paris today. Huawei has now added two new devices to its line-up, and as the leaks suggested this device comes with Triple Lens Camera. As soon as the device was launched, the camera has captured everybody’s attention and the interesting this is that Huawei P20 Pro has scored a whopping 109 in DxO mark!

This is the highest ever for any mobile device, and then the list is occupied by Huawei P20 which stands at 102, Samsung S9 Plus as 99 and the Pixel 2 as 98. Taking about the Huawei P20 Pro, this is the first ever smartphone to come with triple rear camera setup.

The phone scored 114 in the Photo and 98 for Video. 114 for photo is the highest ever for a smartphone yet.

Now talking about the device, the P20 Pro sports a 6.1 inch Full HD+ OLED display which comes with a resolution of 2240*1080 Pixels and 19:9 aspect ratio on top of it.

Over the top, you do get a notch which is way smaller when compared to the iPhone X. Talking about some power, the device powered by a powerful Kirin 970 octa-core processor and is coupled with Neural Processing Unit (NPU) for all your AI needs which will enhance your selfies, video calls, and also the face unlock. Never the less, the device comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The entire device is backed up a 4,000 mAh battery which does come with SuperCharge support.

 

Coming back to the cameras, the P20 Pro comes with a 40MP RGB sensor, an 8MP telephoto sensor, and also a 20MP monochrome sensor for the best in class low light photography. This entire setup supports 5x hybrid zoom and also ISO levels up to 102400, which is equal to the one on the Cannon 5D. What do you think? Is this a comeback device for the company, or is it just an overhyped device?

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