It is two points better than the 4G version
Huawei claims back the DxOMark throne with the 5G version of the Mate 30 Pro. With a total score of 123, the 5G version is two points higher than the 4G version of the Mate 30 Pro and the Xiaomi Mi Note 10.
Compared to the 4G version, the 5G version scored better thanks to a new algorithm for the ultra-wide-angle camera, where the field of view is reduced in exchange for less distortion. In addition, the Mate 30 Pro 5G has a better dynamic range and less highlight clipping with bokeh simulation compared to its 4G brethren.
Night mode is slightly better on the 5G version, and video performance is also better with improved autofocus and dynamic range—though you still do not get HDR video recording.
You can check out DxOMark’s full review here.