The HUAWEI Mate 60 Pro+ has been awarded the highest score ever by DXOMARK with an impressive 157 points in the camera category, beating its closest rival, the Mate 60 Pro, by one point.
The Mate 60 Pro+ is the latest flagship from Huawei, featuring a 6.82-inch LTPO OLED display with Kunlun Glass 2, a Kirin 9000S 5G chipset, a 5000 mAh battery with 88W fast charging, and a triple-camera setup.
The camera system consists of a 48MP main camera, a 48MP periscope telephoto camera, and a 40MP ultra-wide camera. The device also supports 4K@60fps video recording, 3.5x optical zoom, and 100x digital zoom.
According to DXOMARK, the flagship delivers outstanding performance in all aspects of mobile photography, such as exposure, color, autofocus, texture, noise, artifacts, zoom, and bokeh. The device excels in both still and video modes, producing high-quality images and videos in various lighting conditions and scenarios.
The Mate 60 Pro+ beat several powerful camera phones, such as the aforementioned Mate 60 Pro (156), the iPhone 15 Pro Max (154), the iPhone 15 Pro (154), and the Google Pixel 8 Pro (153).
The Mate 60 Pro was a critical and commercial success for Huawei, and it helped the company regain its footing in the smartphone market after the US sanctions. The flagship not only supported 5G connectivity but also showcased its self-reliance and innovation by using components made in China.
The HUAWEI Mate 60 Pro+ is available in select markets. In China, the 12GB+512GB model has a price of CNY 7,000 (around ₱53,800 / $970).