The hype over the Huawei P60 Pro Camera performance never slowed down ever since the phone hit the market. Recently, DxOMark, a popular tech website from Russia, posted a video and blog where he ranked the Huawei P60 Pro Camera as the best on the market.
Not only were the scores spectacular, but the actual shots that the phone took also blew our minds. With a total score of 156 points, the P60 Pro outperformed all other smartphones on the market, including heavyweights like the iPhone 14 Pro Max and the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.
The device achieved impressive individual scores, including a top Photo score of 159 points, a top Bokeh score of 80 points, a Preview score of 75, a top Zoom score of 158, and a Video score of 147 points. Its Use Cases scores for Family & Friends and lowlight were also impressive, at 146 and 132 points, respectively.
According to DxOMark, the P60 Pro is ideal for all types of pictures and videos in all lighting conditions, thanks to its outstanding performance in low light, accurate skin tone rendering, and a high level of detail at all zoom ranges. The device also boasts a variable aperture, which allows for a large depth of field and the ability to keep everyone in a group shot in focus. Its macro mode is also exceptional, particularly with the tele lens.
All of this is achievable through the new HUAWEI XMAGE camera system, which has 48MP Ultra-Lighting Camera with Phase Focus, Contrast Focus, and OIS, a 13MP f/2.2 25mm Ultra-Wide Angle Camera, and a 48MP f/2.1 Ultra-Lighting Telephoto Camera with 3.5x optical zoom with 125mm equivalent. The wide 48MP camera features one of the biggest sensors on a phone at 1/1.43 inches and has an impressive f/1.4 to f/4.0 variable aperture with a total of 10 stops.
But that’s not all. The P60 Pro can also record up to 4K at 60fps with both its back and front camera configurations, while the ultra-wide cam only shoots 4K at 30fps.
What’s truly remarkable is that DxOMark has not yet tested the HUAWEI P60 Art, which has even stronger camera specs than the P60 Pro. Who knows what kind of results it could achieve?