Huawei P20 Pro is in the headlines not only for its super flagship specs but for the trendsetter triple camera setup that is getting popular in the masses. The positive public feedback is further strengthened by the first official award announced for the P20 camera by TIPA (Technical Image Press Association) – a non-profit organization that cooperates with 30 publications in the photography and images sector every year to create ranking of best cameras in the market.
According to recent report published by TIPA, the Huawei P20 Pro is the best photo smartphone of the year 2018 so far beating all the big guns of Samsung and Apple. the TIPA’s award is not the only confirmation of the outstanding photographic performance of the latest venture by Huawei but DXOMark has earlier confirmed the same status earlier with the first ever overall score of 109 points.
Huawei P20 Pro Triple Camera Setup
The handset brings three cameras embedded on the rear making it the pioneer in the innovative design. The overall camera setup comprises of a 40 MP primary RGB sensor with a f/1.8 aperture, a secondary monochromatic sensor with a 20 MP resolution and a f/1.6 aperture, and a third 8 MP telephoto lens with a f/2.4 aperture and OIS. It can also record 4K videos and 960fps slow-motion videos in 720p.
It is not only the big sensors holding responsibility of the incredible photo quality of the flagship device but an outstanding algorithm is also there to handle photos and videos in a far-fetched way. The triple camera setup also sports artificial intelligence improving the quality through scene recognition and other smart features; thanks to the NPU (Neural Processing Unit) present in the octa-core Kirin 970 SoC.
Although the P20 Pro has grabbed the global market with its innovative features but it is hard to believe that the smartphone is not making its way to Pakistan in near future as Huawei announced to bring the P20 Lite to Pakistan this month; not having the triple camera setup.
Stay tuned to follow the P20 step-ins to your country or region in coming days.