New leaks confirm that Huawei's newest smartphone, the Mate 30 Pro, will be equipped with a record main camera, making it one of the best on the market.
The Huawei Mate 30 Pro will have 4 sensors. There will be a 40-megapixel main f / 1.6 or f / 1.4 sensor with a 1 / 1.5-inch size and a second ultra-wide 40-megapixel aperture at f / 1.7 measuring 1 / 1.7 inches. The phone's third 8-megapixel sensor would offer an optical zoom of the X5, similar to the one used in the Huawei P30 Pro. Finally, the device will be equipped with a ToF (Time-of-Flight) sensor to measure the distance and depth of field. This technique adds a background blur to the portraits, according to those who posted these details on Tweeter.
I told you about the Mate 30 pro camera, IMO this is possible.
40MP 1 / 1.5 "sensor with f / 1.6 – f / 1.4 distance, RYYB pixel layout and Cine lens functions when making video.
40MP 1 / 1.7 "120 ° UV lens with lens functions.
8MP body 5x magnification# HuaweiMate30Pro pic.twitter.com/ac3ODQnqVV
– Themes (特米) (@ RODENT950) July 31, 2019
According to Ice Univers, a leading manufacturer, the future flagship of South Korean manufacturer Samsung "has no chance of beating the Mate 30 Pro in embedded hardware."
There seem to be many people who do not know how big the difference is. I'm going to paint a picture to tell you that the Note10 doesn't actually have a chance of beating the Mate30 Pro in terms of camera hardware. pic.twitter.com/f8W2kSTLqk
– The Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) August 4, 2019
However, sensor size is not the only factor affecting image quality. The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus smartphone would have a 1.4 micron pixel sensor. This means it will take better images than the Mate 30 Pro, with a pixel size of 1 micron. Huawei will no doubt use special software to bridge this gap, creating high-resolution low-noise images.