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HONOR Magic6 Pro climbs to the top of DXOMARK camera rankings

The HONOR Magic6 Pro has managed to find its way to the top of DXOMARK camera rankings. HONOR’s latest flagship is now the top dog in those rankings, trumping even the OPPO Find X7 Ultra and Huawei Mate 60 Pro+.

The HONOR Magic6 Pro jumps at the top of DXOMARK camera rankings

It does lead by one point only, but still, it’s alone at the top. The HONOR Magic6 Pro managed to score 158 points in the camera department, overall. The OPPO Find X7 Ultra and Huawei Mate 60 Pro+ are following with 157 points.

The Huawei P60 Pro is third-placed with 156 points, while the iPhone 15 Pro Max and iPhone 15 Pro are following with 154 points each. The Google Pixel 8 Pro is seventh-placed with 153 points, and so on.

The HONOR Magic6 Pro did a fantastic job in DXOMARK’s tests, and that’s easy to believe considering that we tested the phone’s cameras too. We were very impressed in our review, in case you’re interested.

It reached very high ratings in many categories

In any case, the HONOR Magic6 Pro managed to score very high ratings in Exposure, Color, Autofocus, Noise, Artifacts, Bokeh, Telephoto, Wide… and a number of other camera subcategories laid out by DXOMARK, as you can see below.


The ‘Preview’ section was not as high as the rest, and the same goes for ‘Artifacts’. The phone did a great job both indoors and outdoors, and it held its own in low-light conditions too.

DXOMARK highlighted “vivid and natural colors in both photo and video”. It also praised the phone’s detail at most zoom settings and its great and fast autofocus. Portrait images were commended too, as was the performance in wide depth of field scenes. DXOMARK also praised a wide dynamic range and accurate face exposure in both photo and video.

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Some ‘Cons’ were mentioned too

As ‘Cons’, several things were mentioned. Unnatural detail rendering in photo, zoom, and video. Sharpness differences between video frames while recording were also mentioned, and some artifacts in high-contrast scenes. Motion blur on portraits in very low light scenes was also mentioned under ‘Cons’.

All in all, the HONOR Magic6 Pro did a fantastic job, which is not exactly surprising. You can read the full report here.

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