Huawei P30 and P30 Pro smartphones announced with Leica Quad Camera System

 


The previously leaked Huawei P30 and P30 Pro smartphones with Leica Quad Camera System are now officially announced:

  • The Leica Camera System accommodates your photography to help see the world in its entirety. This super camera system with a 40 MP Super Sensing Camera, a 16 MP Ultra Wide Angle Lens, and an 8 MP telephoto lens, gives you the freedom to capture the treasure and beauty of the world.
  • The colour sensing rule has been rewritten by HUAWEI from RGGB to RYYB for more light in all your images. The established cooperation among the HUAWEI SuperSpectrum sensor which contributes 40% increased light, ISP of Kirin 980 and the self-developed algorithm, provides a clear preservation of your memories during the day or night.
  • See the splendor hidden in the night with up to ISO 204,800 on the HUAWEI P30.2 Even in extreme dark situations, you are able to capture beautiful moments like a romantic candlelight dinner or fireflies dancing in the bushes.

From the press release:

Achieving a record-high overall DxOMark score of 112, the HUAWEI P30 Pro is equipped with a new Leica Quad Camera System, including a 40MP main camera with the HUAWEI SuperSpectrum Sensor, a 20MP ultra-wide angle camera, an 8MP telephoto camera, the HUAWEI ToF Camera and a 32MP front camera that takes selfies to a new level.

The 1/1.7-inch HUAWEI SuperSpectrum Sensor looks at light in a fundamentally new way. The RYYB HUAWEI SuperSpectrum Sensor deviates from the traditional RGGB Bayer filter by replacing green pixels with yellow pixels, yielding a high maximum ISO rating of 409,600 on the HUAWEI P30 Pro and 204,800 on the HUAWEI P30. This fundamental shift in sensor technology, combined with HUAWEI AIS, OIS and the HUAWEI P30 Pro’s f/1.6 wide aperture, delivers extraordinary photography and videography experiences across a wide range of scenarios and lighting conditions—including extreme low light—producing images with enhanced detail, color and clarity.

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