Huawei has used two camera lenses on its smartphones, to great effect, for several years; but in the longer term, it may add a third lens to the lineup. A feature referred to as a “Pro triple-lens Leica rear camera” is talked about in the advertising backup, with the blurb promising, “Super clearness pictures and perfect light in every scenario. Effortlessly.”
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They state these three lenses will take 40-megapixel shots with a 5x hybrid zoom feature. Currently, the Mate 10 Pro has 20-megapixel and 12-megapixel camera lenses on the back, with a 2x hybrid zoom. An additional advertisement says the camera on the unidentified smartphone will have a fresh sensor and new optics that may let in 100 percent more light for excellent low light pictures, with no need for a tripod.
One of the posters talks about the selfie camera that will also see a significant upgrade, presuming the advertisement content is real. The “Pro Selfie Camera” will evidently perform better in low light, producing sharper 24-megapixel images than previous cameras. Again, the word “effortlessly” is repeated, and another image explains why. It’s related to Huawei’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) efforts, which have already been used in the Mate 10 Pro’s camera for scene recognition. This may also be an area of the new camera, should it happen, and be became a member of by an automatic framing tool for setting up the best possible shot.
These are bold, exciting claims. All these started from, the Huawei and Leica co-branded advertising showed up in a digital artist’s collection at a company known to work with Huawei. The four pictures were collectively publicized by @evleaks on Twitter. It’s not known if they are genuine mock-ups for another campaign, or just creative concepts and not based on real features. If a three-lens camera is arriving in a Huawei phone, what device could it be? The posters point out the Huawei PCE Series, which could be a brand-new device collection for the business, or a code name for another major release, apt to be a follow-up to the Huawei P10 and possibly called the P11. None of these is official, and rumours have just started to pass on regarding Huawei’s near-future device programs.
Source- Digital Trends