A full presentation devices wait become not long.
Huawei in 2018 it has paid off, making great emphasis in the market positioning your smartphone P20 Pro like machine with a very decent camera.
This, together with a good “stuffing” has allowed the Chinese manufacturer to get a great sale. Very soon we will have a continuation of the line in the face of Huawei P30 and P30 Pro. The network leaked specifications of the devices camera and they are very impressive. It seems that Huawei has a chance to repeat the success of the previous model.
A full presentation devices wait become not long. Formal specifications will be announced March 26 at a special event in Paris. While we will concentrate on some of the leaked data.
Camera Huawei P30
Huawei P30 is equipped with triple rear camera. The main camera has a resolution of 40 megapixels. Along with it will work a 20-megapixel wide-angle lens and the “eye” of 8 megapixels, which will be responsible for scaling. He will offer P30 hybrid fivefold zoom. The camera will use lenses from Leica and aperture will be f/1.8-f/2.4. By the way, these specifications are very much like Mate 20 Pro, but Huawei could work on resolution of pictures, making them even better.
Camera Huawei P30 Pro
But the situation with the P30 Pro is much more interesting. Three main rear camera sensor look very similar to those that we could observe in the above model. This is a 40-megapixel main camera, 20-megapixel wide-angle lens and 8-megapixel sensor with the ability zoom. But then the differences begin. Zoom there are also likely to be a hybrid, but this time 10x.
However, the surprises do not end there. Huawei P30 Pro will have a ToF sensor (Time of Flight) is a special sensor, capable of emitting beams of light and record the reflection from the object. Received time allows us to calculate a very accurate (almost like laser rangefinders) the distance to the object, as the technology is based on the detection of the speed of light. Why would you want in your phone? It’s simple: this sensor enables the camera to better grasp the “depth” of the images that will positively affect the image quality. Especially in low light conditions.