The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ camera has finally been analyzed by DxOMark, and unsurprisingly, it ranks as the best smartphone on the market for users who place great importance on photographic capabilities. This is no surprise because its smaller sibling, the Huawei P60 Pro, already held the top spot. As a result, the top two smartphones for photography are both from Huawei.
The Mate 60 Pro+ slightly outperforms its smaller sibling in every aspect, which means better photographic quality, bokeh effect, zoom, and video quality. This translates to an average score of 157 points (out of a perfect 160), surpassing the P60 Pro by one point (156 points) and distancing itself from the iPhone 15 Pro, which accumulates 154 points.
We subjected the Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ to our rigorous DxOMark camera test suite to measure its photo, video, and zoom performance from the end-user perspective. This article breaks down the device’s performance in various tests and common use cases and aims to highlight the most important findings from our tests with a selection of captured data.
The Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ camera’s strong points include an excellent overall camera performance, allowing it to be highly versatile and ideal for all types of videos and photos in any lighting conditions. The camera is praised for being perfect for photographs with friends and family, as it provides accurate skin tone reproduction even in challenging lighting conditions. Additionally, it features a variable aperture that automatically adjusts to the number of people in the scene, keeping everyone in focus.
The ultra-wide-angle camera allows for capturing large scenes while maintaining a high level of detail, and there is a high level of detail in all zoom distances.
On the downside, the only negative point is the slightly visible limitations in videos recorded under low-light conditions, which differs significantly from its smaller sibling, the P60 Pro – a model with seven negative points. Essentially, the Mate 60 Pro+ is an improved version that addresses these weak points.
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