After the pompous launch of the Huawei Mate 20 Series in London, the smartphone manufacturer launched the phone on its home turf, China but this time Huawei did not announce the DxO Mark of the Mate 20 series as it used to do with earlier flagships.
It has developed into a practice that whenever Huawei launches its flagship in its home ground, at almost the same time, the company also announces the DxO Mark of the newly launched flagship but strangely this didn’t happen for the Mate 20 Series.
A lot of gossips has been going around about why Huawei chose to conceal the DxO Mark of the new flagship while it boldy bragged about the unbeatable DxO Mark of P20 Pro.
Huawei has disclosed that it intentionally hid the scores the reason behind this is that the scores were too high. It means that the company doesn’t want us just to focus on the camera of the phone but other specs too.
Huawei further says it wants to avoid unnecessary publicity by making the scores public because they are extremely high. However, we think that the company is saving it for the future and at some point in time, the company will certainly show off the scores as a marketing tool.
Among the Mate 20 Series, Mate 20 Pro possesses the most powerful camera with a 40MP + 20MP + 8MP triple rear camera setup. On the front, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro sports a 24MP camera, which supports AI smart beauty, real-time modeling, and AR interactive experience. This camera also supports 3D structured light face recognition in addition to the screen fingerprints.