Chinese conglomerate Huawei said last week that the duo of rear camera sensors on the Huawei Mate 10 Pro can take great pictures. Well, you don't have to take Huawei's word for it, as an independent credible firm DxO has something similar to say. DxO liked the camera sensors on the Huawei Mate 10 Pro so much, it gave it an overall score of 97 in its popular benchmarking test.
Last week, DxO published a comprehensive review of the camera sensors on the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, surprising many when it said the Huawei Mate 10 Pro has received a score of 100 for its photo performance. The company additionally gave the handset 91 for video performance.
Moving along, the sensors on the Huawei Mate 10 Pro received 86 for colour accuracy and reproduction, 96 for auto-focus, 67 for texture, 84 for flash, 40 for zoom, and 50 for bokeh effect when taking pictures. The camera sensors on the newly launched flagship smartphones offer "good detail preservation, even in low light, and low levels of noise," DxO Mark wrote in its review. The Huawei Mate 10 Pro offers "good target exposure and wide dynamic range," and the camera sensors are "very fast and [provide] repeatable autofocus," the company wrote.
To put things in perspective, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have a DxO Mark score of 94, whereas the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 received a score of 94. At present, the Google's Pixel 2 XL smartphone tops the chart with a score of 98.
Separately, Huawei has partnered with Microsoft to bring LinkedIn to Mate 10-series of smartphones. As part of the agreement, Microsoft says it is also bringing Translator app to Huawei newly-launched smartphones. Translator app, Microsoft said, will do the processing on the device itself. In a blog post, Microsoft said LinkedIn is now part of EMUI 8.