Can Apple conquer the US market with Huawei?
Huawei's new P20 and P20 Pro flagships beat the DxOMark government of the Galaxy S9 with 1
Over, Samsung, Google and Apple. The newly introduced Huawei P20 and P20 Pro have climbed to the top of the DxOMark rankings, and although these things are very subjective, they are hard to discount.
The P20 Pro, the premium of Huawei's new offerings, impresses with a 109 points. Meanwhile, the P20 with 102 is not too far. Both phones are the first mobile devices in DxOMarks charts to reach over 100 points, as the previous top performer, the Galaxy S9 Plus, only comes as far as 99.
Huawei P20 and P20 Pro Camera Performances
The Huawei P20 Pro has three cameras: a 40 megapixel RGB sensor, a 20 megapixel monochrome sensor, and an 8 megapixel telephoto sensor. Huawei claims that these allow the user to take professional photos with ease.
However, it is important to note that DxOMark is by no means the gold standard of mobile photography analysis. However, Android Authority points out that the company may have some conflict of interest in camera system testing, as technology companies may be prepared to pay for analysis and recommendation in order to earn a higher score.
Even if DxOMark breaks down Why the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro have the best cameras on any smartphone so far, should not be taken lightly. Analyzes for both phones are now available and they go into great detail about things like exposure, contrast, color, low-light performance and all kinds of photo elements that every camera fan will love.
The P20 Pro is not just a photo powerhouse either. He also received the highest DxOMark score for mobile videos at 98. For the perspective, Google Pixel 2 received 96 while the P20 got 94. In fourth and fifth place the Galaxy S9 Plus follows with 91 and the Apple iPhone X with 89
Are the scores even significant?
Regardless of what DxOMark scores mean to users, the fact is that both the P20 and the P20 Pro are the most powerful cameras. Huawei, a Chinese company, is in fierce competition with the American companies Google and Apple and Samsung, which is of South Korean descent.
Huawei phones, however, are still largely unrepresented in the US market. No matter how great the cameras on these phones may be, Huawei still needs to find a way to introduce its brand to American users.
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