Just yesterday, Chinese phone maker Huawei, unveiled its upcoming flagship smartphone – the Huawei Honor V20, which is expected to pack the latest Kirin 980 processor along with a 48MP rear shooter.
The sensor in question is a Sony IMX586 CMOS with 0.8µm big pixels with support for Quad Bayer technology. This tech allows the sensor to stack four pixels together and create a virtual bigger pixel which will of course perform better in low light scenarios, reducing noise to the minimum while keeping details sharp.
Well, that sounds great in words but how does it perform in real life? We’re now able to answer that question with the photos below.
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