Huawei P20 Pro costs 64,999 INR. That’s the same amount of money that could get you a Samsung Galaxy S9+, a Google Pixel 2 XL, or even Apple iPhone X if you get a good bargain. Huawei clearly makes a point that it wants to be seen right up there with the big boys. And that’s not an unfounded assumption, because Huawei has an awesome rear camera to show for it.
The Huawei P20 Pros’ lavish feature list is quite extensive and nearly exhaustive. Merely mentioning all that is there sounds burdensome but we will try and do our best. Let’s start with the camera.
Huawei has partnered with Leica for its triple rear cameras. You get three sensors:
- 8MP sensor with f/2.4 aperture, OIS, and Telephoto lens for 3X Zoom
- 40MP RGB sensor, f/1.8 aperture
- 20MP monochrome sensor, f/1.6 aperture
The camera software is smart enough to combine feed from all three sensors depending on the shooting mode.
Apart from the sensors there is 4 way AF (Laser, Phase Detection, Contrast, AF), a color temperature sensor that can differentiate between the temperature of subject’s skin and the room to add more accuracy, top ISO of 102,400, studio lighting, ability to capture handheld long exposure shot, and lot more.
That’s not even including Kirin 970 NPU fueled AI Smarts and AIS that have a big role to play in embellishing the end results. Like all other flagships, the P20 Pro also heavily relies on its software and
Clearly, a lot of hard work has gone into designing this camera and DxoMark acknowledges that with the best camera rating to date (It beats other by a wide margin). We couldn’t ascertain these claims in our hands-on time but P20 Pro is supposed to excel in low light photography.
These days most of us live in houses, apartments, flats, studios or inside any other kind …