Even as the users of Huawei P20 Pro are rejoicing over its imaging section and the phone itself is being rated high due to that, there is a report that the Huawei P30 to be released next year will also sport 3 cameras. This has emerged from a tweet from Evan Blass whose tweets are usually considered quite accurate. Some more details appear on his tweet.
Details of the Sensors Shared
Evan Blass has mentioned that the primary sensor in the rear of the Huawei P30 will be as big as 40MP and the phone will have a 5X lossless zoom. Usually, when you click a picture and then try and zoom into it, you will notice the picture losing some of its sharpness. Basically, this is due to the pixel counts varying as the picture is enlarged. But this lossless zoom feature could mean Huawei has found the answer to this problem and in a zoom-in position also you get a clear image. Obviously, the proof of the pudding is in eating it. One will have to wait till the Huawei P30 smartphone is released next year and shots taken with the phone checked before confirming its efficacy.
The front camera, according to Blass, will be 24MP in size, again quite huge by any reckoning. Huawei seems to have taken it upon itself to push the limits as far as the camera section in its smartphones is concerned.
Other Specifications Rumored
Critics are quick to point out that some of these specs have been found in the recently launched Huawei Mate 20 Pro. They say the Chinese major appears to be rehashing the same hardware and renaming them with some tweaks here and there. They are pointing out that the specs of the Huawei P30 Pro in 2019 may become the specs for the Huawei P40 in 2020 and so on. This is just criticism and ultimately the companies have to go by how the market or buyers react to the devices they manufacture and market. Another question being thrown is if the Huawei P30 will come with all these sensors, what can you hope to see in the Huawei P30 Pro next year. Seriously, how high can you go?
There is some speculation on the processor; that it could be the inhouse Kirin980SoC.