For a long time, Samsung held the first place in the smartphone display rating of the well-known DxOMark test site. With the release of the new flagship Huawei P50 Pro, the situation has changed radically: according to the service, the Chinese novelty received not only unsurpassed cameras, but also a display.
If earlier the rating was headed by the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra (1st place, 91 points) and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (2nd place, 90 points), now the P50 Pro model has bypassed both smartphones – its display scored 93 points. It is noteworthy that the new Huawei is incomparably cheaper than the Samsung flagships.
The P50 Pro is known to have a 6.6-inch display with rounded edges and a hole for a selfie camera. The OLED panel supports a 120Hz refresh rate and 300Hz sampling rate, a resolution of 2700 x 1228 pixels, and a 91.3% display-to-front ratio. Special anti-flicker protection is reported.
According to the DxOMark summary report, the readability of the model scored 70 points. For all other parameters, the display scored more than 80 points. A record low number of artifacts was noted: for this parameter, the screen scored 86 points – a record figure in comparison with all previous smartphones.
It is worth recalling that quite recently the Huawei P50 Pro smartphone in the rating of the same portal became the best in assessing cameras, gaining 144 points for the main camera and 106 points for the selfie module.