Huawei P20 To Provide Clearer and Brighter Night Shooting Experience

Huawei P20

We know Huawei is missing the MWC 2018 in benefit of a separate conference that will take place on March 27 in Paris, France. The Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ was in the spotlight and the Chinese manufacturer didn’t want this phone to overshadow its upcoming flagship. Honestly, this is a smart move. The upcoming Huawei P20 is said to be one of the most powerful and attractive smartphones around the globe. We have heard too much concerning its features. Today a new feature was officially ‘disclosed’.

Huawei P20

According to one of Huawei presidents, the Huawei P20 is not afraid of the darkness. Plus, there is a gif showing the Eifel tower in the night. But looking more attentively we can see how the lightning gets brighter and clearer. This is a simple hint at an improved night shooting experience of the new phone.

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Earlier we have seen the official invitation of the company with a phrase of ‘See Mooore With AI’. We know the phone will be packed with the world’s first mobile SoC coming with NPU. The latter brings a new AI experience to the market. So with the aforementioned phrase, the company hints at an enhanced camera that should be capable of taking way better photos via its tri-camera module. Those three ‘Os’ showcase the phone will be packed with three sensors using Leica optics.

However, the regular version of the Huawei P20 will be equipped with two camera sensors, while three lenses will come in the Huawei P20 Pro. It will use a 12MP (color sensor) + 16MP (black and white sensor) + 16MP (telephoto sensor) combination with an aperture of f/1.8 and OIS. Apart from this, the original model will be using a 5.7-inch full-screen, and the Pro variant will sport a 6-inch display. The latter will also come with a 4000mAh battery.

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1 Comment

  1. Assefa Hanson
    March 1, 2018

    Huawei fearing the s9 over shadowing them is not a smart move in hindsight seeing how underwhelming the phone was and Vivo outshined everyone