Huawei P60 Pro to Feature new Patented Technology for Telephoto lens: Check Samples and Video

Huawei P60 Pro New Camera Technology

Huawei P60 Pro New Camera Technology

Yesterday, Huawei announced the launch of its new spring flagship, and today, Huawei CEO Yu Chengdong shared real-life camera sample photos from the P60 Pro on his microblog. These sample photos give us an early glimpse into the image capabilities of this flagship camera phone.

In his post, Yu Chengdong shared a sunset photo of Shenzhen that he captured using the Huawei P60 Pro. Despite the backlit environment, the photo showed rich dark details that were visible. He also invited viewers to watch the March 23 launch to learn about the powerful mobile imaging capabilities of Huawei’s P60 series of phones.

Bloggers on the network have also made a unified declaration of the P60 Pro’s photo capabilities, saying that it will carry new patented technology on the telephoto lens, which is expected to bring a breakthrough in telephoto shooting capabilities. Yu Chengdong re-exposed P60 sample photos, with dark details in backlit environments, demonstrating Huawei P60’s excellent telephoto shooting ability.

It appears that the P60 series will continue to focus on the ability to take pictures. According to reports, the Huawei P60 Pro main camera will be the first 50-megapixel Sony IMX888 with a 1/1.4″ large bottom that supports f/1.4-4.0 variable aperture and OIS optical stabilization. It will also feature a 64-megapixel OV64B periscope telephoto lens that supports 3.5x optical zoom and a classic RYYB array, complemented by a 50-megapixel Sony IMX858 (1/2.51″) ultra-wide angle lens.

Video showing Huawei P60 Pro moon shoot and low-light photography

Overall, the Huawei P60 series will be a selling point for its ancestral image. The samples taken at high zoom are still very clear, continuing the high level of the P series in image strength.

With the excellent market performance of the Huawei Mate 50 series, the market expectations for the Huawei P60 series are still good. We will continue to pay attention to the follow-up news and updates.

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