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Huawei new teasers showcase P20 triple camera features

13 March 2018 4

Huawei is going to announce their latest flagship P20 series on March 27, the event will be held in Paris. The company is continuously teasing details regarding the upcoming P20. Today the company released a couple of videos to highlights the P20 triple camera setup on the rear. Ahead of these promos, no one was aware of what kind of new features P20 triple sensors are bringing on board.

In the first video, Huawei highlights the P20 camera capabilities to capture amazingly even in low-light conditions. For sure its the one aspect where not every smartphone excels, many OEMs are working hard to bring camera setup which works equally good in low-light conditions like the daylight. The first video title is "See Brighter" which means the company worked on low-light capturing capability of P20.

Huawei second teaser video showcases how well the P20 can perform even if you zoom in, the second teaser video is dubbed as "See Closer". The indicates the second snapper on the P20 will be a zoom sensor to ensure the image quality remains good even after zooming in.

A few hours ago we have seen P20 series renders which reveal the device will be available in a number of striking colors. The most expensive P20 pro will be released in Blue, Black and Twilight colors whereas the P20 will be available in three striking colors including Pink-Gold, Blue, and Black. In the end, the cheapest amongst all the P20 Lite will be available in Pink, Black, and Blue. All these color variants are pretty striking.

Check out the videos and share your thoughts regarding the P20 triple camera setup in the comments section below.



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