You’ve surely heard by now that Huawei’s P50 line of phones will be released on July 29.
The most crucial element of the first announcement, though, is that the company’s CEO, Richard Yu, vowed (Google translated) that the P50 series will once again transform smartphone photography and usher in “a new era of mobile imaging.”
When it comes to smartphone photography, Huawei sets the standard. For a long time, this has been the situation. Despite the fact that part of this technology would have made its way into Apple, Samsung, Google, and other devices regardless, Huawei’s role was to disrupt the industry and push it two steps/years forward.
What are the Huawei P50, P50 Pro, and P50 Pro+ all about when it comes to the “new era of mobile imaging”?
It’s easy to claim that Huawei phones prioritize the camera, but which aspects of the photographic experience are we talking about? Patterns are seen on prior Huawei devices, or, in other words, what Huawei has done so far with the “P” series, as well as some leaked information, will be of assistance.
Photographing in low light (Night Mode, RYYB sensors, wide apertures, etc.)
Telephoto cameras, periscope cameras, and double-bent telephoto cameras provide zoom of 3x, 5x, 10x, 20x, 30x, 50x, and 100x.
Large camera sensors for capturing more light and adding depth to photographs (bokeh)
Video features include a dedicated video/cine camera, portrait video, and video upgrades for low-light situations.
In addition, everything in the “P” series is frequently used.
Camera specifications for Huawei P50, P50 Pro, and P50 Pro+
Huawei P50 is now coming with 50MP IMX 707 sensor (4in1 pixel binning) main sensor 1/1.28, f1.7 + 3x optical zoom + ultra-wide
Sony IMX800 1/1.18 sensor – main and/or ultra-wide + zoom camera on Huawei P50 Pro
Sony IMX800 1/1.18 sensor -The main and/or ultra-wide + zoom camera on Huawei P50 Pro+
We can’t guarantee that the information is accurate. It does, however, correspond to earlier rumors. In fact, the Sony 707 sensor information for the P50 is brand fresh, whereas the Sony IMX800 leaks have been going on since 2020.
What jumps out among the leaked/rumored specifications is this:
The P50 series does not have a 1-inch camera sensor.
Huawei is hiding something special behind the maybe greatest ultra-wide-angle camera on the market thanks to a large sensor that gathers a lot more light.
Even though the phone Sony IMX 800 will be the largest sensor available on a smartphone outside of Japan, it isn’t a 1-inch sensor, so Huawei can’t claim the title; the Sharp Aquos R6 currently holds the title.
Huawei has clearly kept the Plus variant under wraps for a reason. We’re in for a major surprise, given that the Chinese corporation is referring to this as the “new era of mobile imaging.”
What about “constant zoom”? Are you being overly ambitious? Possibly. Possible? Probably yes, if you’re as ambitious as Huawei! Sony, in fact, has already done so! It’s almost there.
The Xperia 1III – This device is coming with a unique optical element that physically moves inside the camera system, switching between two focal lengths – 70mm-105mm or 3x-4.4x optical magnification. On the Xperia 1III, this effectively eliminates the requirement for two telephoto cameras. Keep in mind that, contrary to popular belief, it does not provide continuous zoom between the two focal lengths.
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