Huawei has earlier revealed its flagship P20 Pro, which is supposedly the first smartphone to feature a triple camera set up. It also was the first Huawei’s phone to cross a 100 DxOMark where it scored 109 points. However, the company had recently released a new triple camera phone – the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. A new report suggests that this phone’s camera has already crossed the earlier released P20 Pro phone’s camera score in the DxOMark.
The company has launched the Huawei Mate 20 series phone in the Chinese market, which was initially launched back in London globally a couple of weeks ago. There’s a trend going on where the company’s made a practice of revealing the DxOmark of their flagship phones right during the launch to entice the audience. However, this wasn’t the case for Huawei Mate 20 Pro; reports say that announcement of the DxOMark hadn’t taken place during the launch because the camera scores of the Mate 20 Pro are extremely high and had surpassed the score of Huawei P20 Pro. The report also suggests that the company might use these high camera scores of DxoMark as a marketing tool after the Mate 20 Pro’s commercial release.
As for the camera specifications on paper, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro features a 40MP primary sensor coupled with 20MP and 8MP sensors, which makes it the trio set up similar to the P20 Pro. Lastly, the Huawei’s P20 Pro’s 109 DxOMark score is still considered as the highest camera score followed by the Apple iPhone XS Max with 105 points. At this moment, we have to wait for what the Mate 20 Pro has to offer after its commercial release globally.