Samsung today has officially launched the Galaxy A7 (2018) and it is the company’s first smartphone to sport a triple camera module on the rear. Initially, we thought this could be the device that will be launched during the “4X Fun” event, but it looks like that’s not the case.
The Huawei Mate 20 is launching very soon and it could hit the Malaysian market as early as end of next month. This will be their most powerful device yet with a new Kirin 980 chip and it will feature a triple camera setup similar to its P20 Pro.
Ahead of its actual announcement, a purported Mate 20 was caught in the wild at the show floors of IFA 2018. This more or less confirms what we know so far about the device.
After introducing its new Kirin 980 processor, Huawei has finally revealed the launch date and venue for its upcoming Huawei Mate 20 series. This is their large screen smartphone lineup and it will succeed the current Mate 10 series while carrying over the LEICA triple-camera setup from its current P20 Pro.
OPPO has released a teaser video about its upcoming smartphone – the R17 Pro. While the video is only fifteen seconds long, it reveals two very important detail about the phone. One, the R17 Pro has – what looks to be – a variable aperture lens and two, the phone has three cameras on the back.
The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro were announced without OIS for its main RGB cameras. Instead, it features Huawei’s own AIS (AI Image stabilisation) which is basically a more intelligent version of EIS (Electronic Image Stabilisation). According to Huawei, the P20 Pro does get OIS on its telephoto lens for steadier shots while zooming in.
Just recently, ifixit has posted a teardown of the P20 Pro and it reveals something rather interesting.
With three cameras, three different lenses and a total image pixel count of 68 megapixels, the Huawei P20 Pro has what can be regarded as the most advanced camera ever put in a smartphone you can buy today but do you really need three cameras? Are there any appreciable performance gains with having three cameras? Let’s take a closer look what the three cameras on the Huawei P20 Pro actually do.
The Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are finally out of the bag and they have a lot to offer to those who demand more for smartphone photography. If you want to know what’s new and what you can do with its new triple-camera setup, here are 15 things that you need to know about the latest Huawei P20 flagship series.
With every new flagship smartphone launch, mobile photography is always a key focus. This is the main reason why Huawei had partnered with Leica two years ago to deliver a great camera experience on their premium devices.
For the upcoming P20 series, Huawei will be unveiling a new triple camera setup on its top of the line P20 Pro. Before it is announced two weeks from now, the Chinese smartphone maker has released two videos to tease what it has to offer.
In just two weeks, Huawei will unveil the P20 series, its first flagship smartphones for 2018. Since Malaysia is a key market for Huawei, local pre-orders could start very soon and the P20 series will compete directly with Samsung’s latest Galaxy S9 and S9+. Ahead of its big event in Paris, German tech site, WinFuture, has dropped even more clues on the upcoming dual and triple camera flagships.
Slow-motion capture is great for turning a short epic moment into a dramatic video footage. On most smartphones, it is usually 240 fps but recently we’ve seen Sony and Samsung doing 4X longer at 960fps. Since the Huawei P20 launch is just around the corner, the Chinese smartphone maker wants you to know that their latest flagship is capable of taking things slow in their latest teaser video.
Huawei will be announcing its P20 flagship series on 27 March and now we get to see all models in great detail thanks to serial leakster @evleaks. As seen earlier, the top of the line Huawei P20 Pro will come with a triple camera setup while the P20 and P20 Lite will come with two cameras at the rear. Another thing that’s certain, is the notch is now a standard design feature across the range.