You know the gadget world has always something new to offer. As we are living in an era of people who are obsessed with cameras, smartphone companies always innovate the optics department.
A couple of years ago, dual camera setup was an innovation. And it has become a standard feature even on the budget devices now. Huawei came up with a quad-camera smartphone last year. Now that they have got a launch event on their schedule, the speculations and leaks have started surfacing on the web.
Huawei to Launch P20 Pro with Triple Rear Cameras
Huawei is conducting a launch event in Paris on March 27. They will be launching P20 and P20 Pro there. Although the company kept their silence not to expose any features, the leakers didn’t do the same.
Going by the leaks that came out so far, the devices will sport a display notch and back glass body. When Essential Phone and Apple adapted notch to their smartphones, there were mixed reactions all over. However, it seems like OnePlus and Xiaomi don’t hate it.
When we go deep to the specifications (as per the leaks), we have a 6.1-inch AMOLED display with full HD+ resolution. The speculation is that they will opt for 19:9 aspect ratio as well.
Below the hood, you get a HiSilicon Kirin 970 octa-core chipset coupled with Mali-G72 MP12 GPU and a dedicated NPU. We have already seen Huawei’s Neural Processing Unit on Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro.
The highlight of the device, as the title says, is the cameras. Even when all the other manufacturers are trying to enhance the performance of dual cameras, Huawei might go a level up. According to the speculations, P20 Pro will feature a triple rear camera setup. The regular P20 doesn’t bear the same, though. The 24 MP selfie camera on the Pro variant is expected to have Light Fusion mode for clearer and bright selfies.
As we dig deep into the cameras, the triple sensor setup includes 40 MP primary, 24 MP monochrome, and an 8 MP telephoto. A Pro Night Mode accompanies the camera to take snaps with 100% more light. Using hybrid zoom feature, the device can enlarge images captured by the 8 MP sensor and add high-resolution data from the other two.
Quoting the leaks, the phones will come in Ceramic Black, Midnight Blue, and Twilight colors. You can expect the latest Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box (with EMUI 8.1). Our pricing prediction is slightly over a thousand dollars.