Huawei P50 Pro beats Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra to lead DxOMark smartphone display ranking
Huawei P50 Pro took the lead in the smartphone display ranking by DxOMark. The recently launched smartphone topped the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra by two points. Samsung has long held the top spot in the smartphone display ranking and currently has three smartphones in the top 10 of the global rankings. The benchmarking website mentions that Huawei P50 Pro scored excellent in its review. The smartphone has a 6.6-inch Full HD + OLED curved display with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz.
According to last post By DxOMark, Huawei P50 Pro got the top spot with 93 points in smartphone display reviews. The Huawei smartphone, launched in July, took the lead in the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra (Exynos SoC variant) which scored 91 points in smartphone display tests. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (Snapdragon variant) is in third place with 90 points. It should be noted that the Huawei P50 Pro is considerably more economical to buy compared to the smartphone it beats.
The screen of the Huawei P50 Pro is a 6.6-inch (1228 x 2700 pixels) curved Full HD + OLED OLED display with a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz, high-frequency PWM dimming of 1440 Hz, touch sampling of 300 Hz, a pixel density of 450 ppi and a width of P3 color gamut coverage. The display specs look impressive on paper and performed just as well in benchmarking tests.
DxOMark also mentions that the Huawei P50 Pro’s screen is almost flicker-free. The benchmarking website mentioned that the screen brightness is fine for watching HDR10 videos, but the dark tones lack detail.
Other advantages mentioned by DxOMark are that the readability is pleasant in low light conditions and indoors. The touch is also soft and precise.
However, he also mentioned that the default brightness is too low for pleasant readability in outdoor conditions while also showing a slight yellow / green cast. Another downside mentioned by the benchmarking website is that sometimes frame drops are noticeable when loading a game.
According to the test results, the Huawei P50 Pro has a readability score of 70 points. In color and video tests, the recently launched smartphone scored 83 points, respectively. In motion and touch tests, Huawei P50 Pro scored 82 points, respectively. The smartphone scored 86 points in artifact management tests.
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