Not to be outdone by a certain rival’s direct leap from model 8 to 10 (or X), Huawei went from P10 to P20 with its latest mobile release. But does it reflect a similar move in terms of the tech? Launched earlier this month, the P20 and P20 Pro phones are the Chinese manufacturer’s newest flagship series. The Financial Mail reviewed the P20 Pro, which incorporates a third lens on the rear of the camera for a triple-lens system that is grabbing all the attention from tech media — and rightly so. The P20 Pro has achieved the highest DxOMark score for cellphone cameras. DxOMark is a respected independent company that ranks cameras based on the amount of information captured by a lens, as well as how the lens and camera perform together. Right now, the P20 Pro is its top-scoring mobile device (with a score of 109), followed by the P20 (with 102, despite the lack of that third lens). The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus is third, followed by Google’s Pixel 2 and Apple’s iPhone X. The triple-lens sy...

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