Huawei Mate 10 Pro camera review

The Mate 10 Pro is Huawei's new flagship smartphone and the latest in its line of Leica-camera equipped devices. The dual-cam setup combines a 12MP RGB sensor with a 20MP monochrome chip. Like on previous high-end Huaweis, the latter allows for a native black-and-white mode, and Huawei claims that the combination of captured image data from both sensors leads to improved dynamic range and lower noise levels.

Both of the dual-cam lenses feature a fast F1.6 aperture, and optical image stabilization is on board as well. The high-resolution setup allows for what Huawei calls a 2x lossless zoom, and PDAF combined with laser and depth sensors enables fast and precise autofocus. The Mate 10 Pro is capable of recording 4K video at 30 fps and the front camera captures images at an 8MP resolution.

Huawei isn't relying on hardware alone though—AI and neural networking are applied to improve the quality of the fake bokeh mode, and object recognition for automatic scene selection also relies on some AI magic. Finally, motion detection is being used to reduce motion blur in low light conditions.

Find out how Huawei hardware and software play together and the Mate 10 Pro shapes up in our testing on the following pages.


Key Photographic / Video Specifications


Leica-branded dual-camera

Dual 12MP RGB / 20MP Monochrome

F1.6 aperture

OIS

2x lossless zoom

4-in-1 AF with depth, contrast, PDAF and laser

dual-LED flash

4K video

8MP front camera

Other Specifications


6" 2160 x 1080 OLED HDR display, 18:9 aspect ratio

Corning Gorilla Glass

EMUI 8.0 / Android 8.0 (Oreo)

Hisilicon Kirin 970 CPU Octa-core

128GB storage, 6 GB RAM or 64GB storage, 4GB RAM

Hi-Res 32bit audio

4000 mAh battery with fast charging



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