After a series of vigorous testing and evaluation, the newly announced Huawei Nova 6 5G has emerged as the best selfie camera according to DxOMark.
The device has achieved an overall selfie score of 100, putting it 1 point ahead of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G which sits in the second place. For those who do not know, the score here is calculated based on a swathe of test categories and sub-categories seen above.
As a quick recap, the Nova 6 5G comes with a dual front-facing camera which consists of a 32 megapixels (f/2.2 aperture) main snapper as well as a secondary wide and depth sensor.
On the whole, the selfie cameras for the Nova 6 5G did particularly well in terms of good exposure which remain consistent across all conditions. Even in high-contrast environment, the device still flair well courtesy of it’s wide dynamic range, HDR processing.
Similarly, DxOMark also mentioned that the Nova 6 5G is capable of capturing images with impressive color rendering that remain natural across different skin tones.
The Nova 6 5G is also one of the few smartphones in the market which sports a PDAF autofocus system for it’s selfie camera. Apparently, the autofocus feature is able to maintain a good focus on faces, from a subject distance of 30cm to 120cm.
As for it’s bokeh effect, the Nova 6 5G continues to be exceptional on this aspect. DxOMark commented that the device produces a bokeh simulation images which have smooth blur gradient and a good depth estimation which gives a natural bokeh effect.
These are just some of the impressive features highlighted by DxOMark. You can read their full review to learn more about other headlining features as well as have a look at the device’s camera sample.