The Huawei’s first and foremost foldable smartphone “Mate X” with 5G capability is now official – revealed back at MWC 2019 in Barcelona. Now, all eyes are on Huawei’s upcoming smartphone named P30 Pro which is expected to be landed on stores worldwide in Paris on March 26.
Huawei’s Product Manager Mr. Bruce Lee shared four images of P30 Pro on Weibo showing a new 5G base station build by Huawei near MWC venue in Barcelona.
It’s rumored that four posted images on Weibo are captured using a Huawei P30 Pro. Alas, images have no EXIF info – which is making it impossible to verify if those images were actually captured by P30 Pro.
Three Rear Cameras
According to samples, one set of images were captured using a telephoto lens while one whereas the other set was captured using an ultra-wide angle camera. With 20MP image resolution, ultra-wide angle shots match the resolution of the Mate 20 Pro ultra-wide angle module.
[ngg src=”galleries” ids=”4″ display=”basic_thumbnail” show_slideshow_link=”0″]In comparison to the 8MP resolution of the telephoto camera on Mate 20 Pro, the telephoto photos have a resolution of 10MP. While we cannot be entirely sure, it seems like the telephoto shots were captured using a smartphone’s speculated 10x “lossless zoom”.
Taking all rumors into consideration which are speculating around claiming that Huawei P30 Pro will house a quad-camera configuration but hands-on Images by Digital Trend are showing that it will be loaded with three rear cameras, instead. The all three cameras resolution is yet to be revealed – although it’s suggested that the main camera sensor will be 40MP Sony IMX600.
Out front, P30 Pro is most likely to sport a 25MP Sony IMX576 camera with a bunch of AI-powered beautification features. The elder brother P30 is said to house three rear cameras as well.