DxOMark specialists tested the camera of the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ smartphone. The test results revealed that it is superior to its predecessor Huawei Mate 60 Pro and is considered the smartphone with the best camera in the world according to DxOMark.
The main camera of the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ consists of three modules: the main module which is a 48 MP sensor (f/1.4 - f/4.0, 24 mm equivalent aperture, autofocus, AF, OIS), ultra-wide-angle which is a 40 MP sensor (lens with 13 mm equivalent aperture, f/2.2, AF) and a 48 MP telephoto lens (90mm equivalent aperture lens, f/3.0, OIS, AF).
Although the test showed that it has some disadvantages, there are more advantages. Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ has a very wide dynamic range, accurate exposure metering for portrait and landscape shots, good color rendition, and fast and accurate autofocus.
In addition, Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ has an effective stabilization system when shooting video, a good blur effect and precise separation of the subject from the background in portrait mode, and high-quality macro photography thanks to the 3.5x telephoto lens.
As an advantage, DxOMark experts also note a variable aperture lens, which allows you to select the depth of field for each scene.
Despite its absolute leadership, the Mate 60 Pro+ camera also has its drawbacks. So, when shooting high-contrast video (HDR) and video in low light, some details are lost. Noise and artifacts are noticeable when shooting indoors and in low light.
Additionally, according to DxOMark, the contrast between face and skin tones in dimly lit scenes could have been better.