Lenovo announced the Z6 Pro after a massive teaser campaign, focusing on the camera department and its various modes. Eventually, DxOMark got to the flagship and reviewed its camera, but the results are rather disappointing for such a device - it scored 95 overall, with 103 for photo and 79 for video.
Looking at the breakdown of the score, it is obvious the video recording is pulling down what is otherwise a solid still camera. Stabilization is hitting rock bottom, and with four (some might say even five) cameras you would think at least one of them would have proper OIS. Sadly, it is only for the 2 MP sensor and obviously, it couldn't match the competition.
The telephoto shooter is performing even worse - the score of 43 is well off flagship standards. Dynamic range is terrible both for photo and video colors rendering was found lacking and processing produces plenty of artifacts.
The overall result of 95 is not horrible per se, but with so many phones tested by the DxOMark team, the Lenovo Z6 Pro is slightly better than the iPhone 8 Plus, but not better than the OnePlus 6, both phones that were announced more than 12 months ago.