Honor smartphones will no longer be in DxOMark ranking

Yesterday, the Huawei Honor sub-brand introduced a new flagship line of smartphones, Honor V30. After this, the head of the company

Zhao Ming spoke with journalists and stated that Honor V-series smartphones will no longer participate in DxOMark ratings.


The fact is that Honor representatives are unhappyevaluation criteria for DxOMark specialists. According to the head of the brand, many of the indicators are based solely on the hardware capabilities of the devices. But they turn a blind eye to software innovations in the laboratory.

Simply put, the better the camera hardware, the higher the smartphone’s DxOMark rating.

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But here are the Honor V30 smartphones in such a framedon't fit in. Let us remind you that the new items were equipped with a triple main camera, which was called Matrix Camera. The main Sony IMX600 sensor is 40 MP with Dual OIS and laser autofocus, like the Huawei P30 Pro. True, in the case of the Honor V30, the module’s aperture is f/1.8, while the Honor V30 Pro has f/1.6. The second wide-angle lens is also different. In the younger model it is 8 megapixels with f/2.4, and in the older model it is already 12 megapixels and f/2.2. The third module is the same: an 8-megapixel telephoto lens with 3x optical zoom and OIS.

Of course, one can argue with Zhao Ming’s statement, but his words are still not meaningless. Moreover, many have long had questions about the objectivity of DxOMark.

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