Honor 30 Pro + ranks 2nd in DxOMark camera test, performs better than S20 Ultra, iPhone 11 Pro Max

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The smartphone has been tested by DxOMark who gave it a score of 125 points, just one less than the score obtained by the leader of the peloton, the Huawei P40 Pro.

STRONG POINTS

  • The Honor 30 Pro + is the latest flagship of the company
  • The Honor 30 Pro + comes with a 50-megapixel UltraVision IMX700 sensor
  • The phone is currently the second best camera phone according to DxOMark

It was only yesterday that Honor launched three new flagship smartphones: the Honor 30, Honor 30 Pro and Honor 30 Pro +. Of the three, the Honor 30 Pro + is now considered an absolute camera beast.

The phone received a 125 point rating from DxOMark, making it the second best camera phone to be tested by the portal to date. It also makes the phone a better bet than other competing camera phones like the Galaxy S20 Ultra and iPhone 11 Pro Max.

Interestingly, the score is only one point away from what was achieved by the Huawei P40 Pro, which is currently the top-ranked phone on the list.

As a reminder to our readers, the Honor 30 Pro + only launched alongside the Honor 30 Pro and Honor 30 yesterday. Of the three, the Honor 30 Pro and Pro + models feature a 6.57-inch curved OLED display with the same 1080p resolution. However, the Pro + comes with a higher 90Hz refresh rate panel and 180Hz touch sample rate.

The camera setup is the other big point of differentiation between them, with the Honor 30 Pro + receiving a 50-megapixel UltraVision IMX700 sensor, while the Honor 30 Pro receives a 40-megapixel IMX600 main sensor. Apart from that, the Honor 30 Pro and 30 Pro + share the 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera and the 50x zoom telephoto camera with OIS.

For selfies, there is a 32MP primary front camera as well as an 8MP super wide-angle secondary camera. The Honor 30 also comes equipped with a quad rear camera with a 40-megapixel main camera, 50x telephoto, 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and 2-megapixel macro camera.

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