Huawei P60 Pro Camera Capabilities
Huawei is set to launch its P60 series flagship phones later this month and the anticipation surrounding the event is high. The company’s CEO, Yu Chengdong, has given a sneak preview of the capabilities of the P60 Pro camera with a photo taken at the famous Guangzhou Tower.
The photo showcases the strength of the P60 Pro’s camera system with its clear and bright image quality. It was taken with a periscope telephoto lens equipped with an OV64B sensor with 64 megapixels and supporting 3.5 times optical zoom.
The lens is complemented with a classic RYYB array, which has a wider spectral response, allowing it to capture more photons and improve the luminance signal-to-noise ratio significantly in dark light scenes.
Huawei P60 Pro’s main camera boasts a 50-megapixel Sony IMX888 sensor with a 1/1.4″ large base and a variable aperture scheme of f/1.4-4.0. It also supports OIS optical stabilization, ensuring steady shots. Complementing the main camera is a 50-megapixel Sony IMX858 ultra-wide-angle lens with a 1/2.51″ base.
The P60 standard version camera system, on the other hand, is a triple camera combination consisting of a 52-megapixel Sony IMX789 primary camera, a 50-megapixel IMX858 wide-angle lens, and a 16-megapixel IMX351 telephoto lens.
Aside from the P60 series, Huawei will also unveil the Mate X3, which boasts home-grown UTG technology that will eliminate screen creases and make it more durable.
With the P60 series’ impressive camera system and the Mate X3’s innovative UTG technology, Huawei is sure to make a big splash in the smartphone market. As the launch date draws nearer, the excitement among tech enthusiasts is palpable.