26 August 2019
The Chinese giant Huawei's subsidiary Honor is gearing to announce Honor 20 lineup phones on May 21st in London. From what we heard so far the company will launch Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro at the event. Both the phones are in leaks from the past few weeks and with each passing day, we have something new and exciting regarding the phones. Unlike the flagship P30 lineup, both the Honor 20 phones expected with quad cameras setup on the rear side.
The latest leaked renders reveal all the details regarding the cameras setup on both the phones. The primary sensor on both the phones will be Sony IMX 586 48MP module. The primary sensor on the Honor 20 will feature “4-in-1 Light Fusion” which means by default the camera will capture the shot at 12MP. The primary sensor aperture is f/1.8. The secondary snapper on the rear is a wide-angle 16MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture. This module field of view is 117 degrees. The third sensor on the rear is a depth-sensing 2MP module. Last but not the least you will get macro-lens of 2MP with f/2.4 aperture.
Being the Pro model the Honor 20 Pro comes with better cameras setup. The primary and secondary sensor remains similar to the standard model. The primary sensor has an f/1.4 aperture and features optical image stabilization. If the leak is accurate the Honor 20 Pro primary snapper has the largest aperture we have seen on any phone in the market. The large aperture will make it a camera powerhouse to capture shots in low-light conditions.
The telephoto module is also upgraded to an 8MP sensor with OIS and f/2.4 aperture. It provides optical zoom up to 3x. The last macro rear sensor remains 2MP. Both the device's cameras will be AI tuned to enhance the capturing experience.
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