The Huawei P20 Smartphone series launched a new trend for flagship smartphones that offer multiple camera sensors. Now, with the P30 series phones expected to start in the coming months, expectations are high in terms of camera performance.
Previously, it was reported that the Huawei P30 Pro comes with four camera sensors on the back panel, but there was no information available for the standard Huawei P30 until now. A new report indicates that the Huawei P30 will contain three camera sensors on the back panel.
In the camera with three cameras, the main camera sensor will support a maximum resolution of 40 megapixels, corresponding to the Huawei P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro. One of the sensors in the triple camera setup will have a telephoto lens that allows the device to support 5x lossless zoom.
Instead of the monochrome sensor that Huawei usually uses in the P series smartphones, the phone is expected to have a recently updated wide-angle solution. For the front-facing camera, the report suggests that the smartphone will have a 24 megapixel snapper. We also expect the front camera to support various AI-based functions.
Although the phone's specifications are not known, the smartphone will probably be powered by the company's newly launched flagship chipset – the Kirin 980, touted as the world's first mobile processor manufactured using 7nm process. The Octa-core processor, with two dedicated NPUs, is said to offer a 48% increase in performance and a 178% increase in power management.
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For Huawei P30 Pro, reports report it will be First smartphone to use Sony's unannounced IMX607 image sensor. The upcoming sensor apparently has an impressive 38 megapixel resolution and relies on the Dual Bayer filter combined with a new white HDR encoding array. The Sony IMX607 sensor is expected to support the autofocus for the Quad Pixel Phase Detection for faster and more accurate autofocus, built-in temperature and ambient light sensors, and improved noise reduction.
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