DxOMark has completed its review of the Honor V30 Pro’s front cameras and the conclusion isn’t overly positive.
The pair of cameras got a 70 photo and 85 video score for a total of 76, which puts the V30 Pro mid-table, behind such devices as the Honor 20 Pro, the Huawei P30 Pro and even a Google Pixel 2.
That middling result’s in high contrast to the Honor V30 Pro’s main camera review, which placed the phone in sixth place.
In its review DxOMark praised the face exposure, the low noise in photos, the white balance, and effective stabilization in videos. Points were taken away for the aggressive beautification, which detracts fine detail, low saturation and contrast and hard-to-pinpoint focus due to the combination of a large main sensor and lack of autofocus.
In our own review, we found the selfies to be good overall. Here’s that review, compressed into video form.