According to DxOMark’s report, a trusted industry standard for lens image quality and camera measurements and ratings for smartphone, Huawei P20 Pro continues to post a stellar growth and tops the chart in 2018, yet again clinching the number one spot in photo and video rankings. Six month after the launch, HUAWEI P20 Pro gains the highest DxOMark’s scores and surpasses other top smartphones in its price segment by a significant margin.

Winning an overall score of 109 points, Huawei P20 Pro sets a new benchmark for smartphone cameras on, outscoring other smartphones on aspects such as zoom capabilities, exposure and contrast, autofocus and other performance areas. Huawei P20 Pro is four points above the recently launched iPhone XS Max, and six points above HTC U12+.

With Huawei P20 Pro now getting the Android 9.0 Pie, it is expected that the update will be fully rolled out in all the devices by the end of this year with modifications in its latest custom OS EMUI 9.0, improving the overall performance of the device and providing a smoother user experience.

Backed by world’s first Leica triple camera, the P20 Pro comes with a 40-megapixel RGB sensor, a 20-megapixel monochrome sensor, and 8-megapixel telephoto sensor, wide aperture to capture crisp, clear details enhancing the user experience. The Huawei P20 Pro also allows long-range photography of up to 5X Hybrid Zoom and click details which we are not visible from naked eyes. Its highly sensitive image sensor captures low light photos with up to ISO 102400*. With a dedicated NPU, the HUAWEI P20 Series is equipped with EIS and AIS to provide better image stabilization resulting in noise reduction and clear images. With AI on-board, the device can identify more than 500 different scenarios in 22 categories and selects photography modes and camera settings to deliver incredible, professional-looking images – even for amateur photographers.