Even in the midst of the new coronavirus pandemic, Huawei complied with the agreement and introduced the P40 series to the public. Among the main novelties of these models is the largest camera sensor on the smartphone market.
The main highlight of them, the sensor of the main camera, measures 1 / 1.28 inches with a resolution of 50 MP and an aperture lens f / 1.9. This means that more light can enter and reach a physically larger surface on the sensor, ensuring better image quality in darker conditions. To give you an idea, the only other sensor on smartphones that comes close to this size is the Galaxy S20 Ultra. It is worth mentioning that for the Galaxy, this larger sensor only applies to the more expensive versions.
In Huawei’s P40 series, all three models have the same main sensor. In addition, cell phones also feature a 32 MP selfie camera and the P40 Pro and P40 Pro + versions have auto focus.
Camera differences in the P40 series
Despite having the same sensor throughout the series, each version of the smartphone has some different camera features. The P40, for example, will come with three sensors at the rear: a common wide angle, another ultra wide angle and the last telephoto type with optical zoom.
The P40 Pro has four rear cameras. The first two are the same as the model P40, the differences are in the telephoto with zoom of five times and the sensor ToF (Time-of-Flight). Closing the series, the P40 Pro + will come with five rear sensors: wide-angle, ultrawide, 3x telephoto, 10x telephoto and ToF. In addition, the model can also achieve hybrid zoom up to 100x, giving greater support for improved depth detection and better bokeh.
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