The famous leak @ RODENT950 is back with us again with more information about the Huawei P40 Pro phone camera. According to him, he mentioned that the primary camera of the Huawei P40 Pro phone will include the Sony IMX700 sensor, which is the sensor that will likely include Quad Quad Bayer pixel merging technology that merges eight small pixels to form one large pixel.
This sensor has a 1 / 1.28 inch size and 52 MP resolution. This sensor outputs images at 13 megapixels by merging four pixels into one pixel and output images at 3.25 megapixels when eight pixels are combined to form one pixel. Although Bayer has been used, this sensor actually has a RYYB color filter instead of the usual RGGB filter.
Regardless of the basic camera, it has become clear to us now also that the wide-angle camera in the Huawei P40 Pro will also feature a large 1 / 1.5 inch sensor from the Sony IMX650 model, and its accuracy is 40 megapixels with the knowledge that it uses the RGGB color filter.
The most interesting thing among all this is that the Huawei P40 Pro phone will feature two close-up cameras, one with optical zoom of 10, while the second camera will have optical zoom of 3. Huawei’s upcoming flagship phone will also include a Time Of Flight type sensor and a thermal sensor that will help other cameras perform their tasks. All these features seem suitable for the Huawei P40 Pro Premium Edition, which we heard about last month, as the Huawei P40 Pro will likely come with a telephoto camera that has an optical approximation of only 5 x.
Huawei will officially unveil the Huawei P40 Series phones on March 26 of this month, and we will make sure of it all. Regardless of the Huawei P40 Lite and Huawei P40 Lite E that were already officially announced.
Let’s play some numbers
IMX700 52mp (Hexadeca Bayer) RYYB 1 / 1.28 “
IMX650 40mp ultra wide Cine RGGB 1 / 1.5 “
3x optical tele zoom
10x optical dual prism periscope zoom with 2P1G lenses
Time of flight sensor
Color temperature sensor
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– Teme (特米) (@ RODENT950) March 6, 2020