According to the DxOMark index – the most popular image quality test in digital cameras and smartphones – the Mate 30 Pro has a total of 131 still images, the highest ever.
Phones tested by DxOMark are subject to several tests before being added to the index, including testing front and rear cameras, still images, and video, as well as testing other things, such as wide-ranging photography and special features provided by the camera.
In the rear camera tests, the phone scored a total of 121 on the DxOMark index, outperforming the Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G, which has a total of 117, and other phones from Huawei itself and Samsung, which comes third in the ranking (Huawei P30 Pro), which is A total of 116, then the phone (Galaxy S10 5G) with a total of 116 also, and fifth phone (Honor 20 Pro) with a total of 113.
It is noteworthy that the phone (Mate 30 Pro) did not achieve the same success in the tests of the front camera , as it is in fifth place behind phones from Samsung and Asus, where the phone achieved a total of 93 compared to the phone (Galaxy Note 10 Plus 5G) Samsung, which is ranked first with the total 99.
It is noteworthy that (Mate 30 Pro) has four rear cameras, the first 40-megapixel with aperture f / 1.6 lens and optical image stabilizer OIS, and the second accurately 8-megapixel with aperture f / 2.4 lens for depth photography with optical image stabilizer and optical zoom rate of 3X, The third camera is a 40-megapixel one with f / 1.8 aperture for wide-angle shooting and the fourth is a 3D ToF sensor.
The phone cameras come in collaboration with the German company Leica and come with a dual flashlight. The rear cameras also feature ultra-slow shooting at 7680fps at 720p and 960fps at 1080p.
The phone has a 32-megapixel front camera with f / 2.0 aperture, as well as a camera to 3D toF, which is capable of shooting in HDR technology, and at 30 frames per second at 1080 pixels.