In recent years, as homogenization has intensified, both the latest Apple iPhone, Samsung Galaxy S, Google Pixel or Huawei have struggled to make an article on the camera. Sources say the Galaxy S11 will introduce 108 megapixel master, supporting 9-pixel aggregate shooting of 12MP images. The use of the periscope lens provides an amazing optical zoom experience. But it’s probably a little worse than the legendary Huawei P40 Pro.
P30 Pro (pictured from Huawei, via BGR)
Earlier reports were made that Huawei may hold a new launch of the P40 and P40 Pro in Paris, France, in March 2020.
The Huawei P40 Pro will feature a redesigned potential lens and an incredible 10x optical zoom experience, Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at Tianfeng International Securities, said in a recent research note.
OpPO has previously launched the Reno 10x zoom version, and new products are said to be under development, but it is not clear when it will be available. As for the Huawei P40 Pro, there are renderings showing four curved edges (including the top and bottom).
Given the P30 Pro’s waterfall screen, which is popular with some users, the company may continue to use it on next-generation models. In terms of rear-camera modules, we are also looking forward to what improvements it will make to the P30 Pro.
Meanwhile, the well-known popman Ice Cosmos (@UniverseIce) said on Twitter that the Huawei P40 Pro has a 10x light-change 16MP lens, either on the Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus model or with a 48MP lens with 5x optical zoom.
Ming-Chi Kuo added that more high-end smartphones will support enhanced optical zoom next year, and it remains to be seen whether Apple will introduce more than 2X of light-change lenses into the legendary iPhone 12 smart phone.
After all, on this year’s iPhone 11 Series smartphone, Apple also offers the option of 2X-ray change plus 10X digital zoom (the imaging quality of the optical change scheme is obviously better).