Huawei P40 Series retains 52MP Sony IMX700 CMOS sensor

Huawei P40 Series retains 52MP Sony IMX700 CMOS sensor


Huawei is preparing to launch the Huawei P40 series of its flagship smartphones, aiming to take over Samsung’s Galaxy S20 latest high-end devices. According to new rumors, the Huawei P40 series will retain a 52MP Sony IMX700 CMOS sensor, which can support an impressive 16-pixel bending technology to give less granular shots during the day with extremely detailed images and low-light situations.

Huawei P40 series will offer a Pro version

Renders released on the web last month that Huawei P40 range will come along with a Pro version, revealing a dual punch-hole screen and a fancy quad curve design where all four aspects of the exhibition will be curved.

Also, the display is suggested to measure from 6.5-inch to 6.7-inch and can support a high 120Hz refresh rate.

The P40 aiming to take over Galaxy S20 Ultra flagship.

As mentioned previous post that the Huawei P40 series will offer a 52MP Sony IMX700 sensor and will include a bigger 1/1.33-inch RYYB sensor with the support of 16-pixel binning technology (4×4 matrix) to deliver a resulting pixel of 4.48mm.

In comparison, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra featuring the same 108MO sensor including 9-pixel binning (3×3) to achieve 2.2 μ m pixel size. The larger pixels serve more light and therefore more detail.

How will be the other sensors?

The main 52MP Sony IMX700 sensor will be paired by a 40MP camera which is an ultra-wide-angle lens, there will be a 10X optical variable periscope lens and also 3D ToF sensor for depth details.

Further, it will offer 8K recording @30fps and for handling selfies, the P40 Pro will retain a dual-lens selfie camera,

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Huawei P40 range internals performers

At IFA 2019 the Company announced, that the P40 Pro could possibly be powered by the Kirin 990 flagship chipset and the processor will be integrated with the next-generation mobile network, 5G connectivity.


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