Huawei P30 Pro Would Come Out With Three Cameras On Its Back That Total 38 Megapixels

The Huawei P20 Pro has come out with three cameras on its back, and it was the first smartphone in the world to boast such a feat. Now, rumors have already emerged on Huawei P30 Pro and, accordingly, the successor of P20 Pro would also come with a three-camera system, but with sensors with more megapixels, reaching up to 38 megapixels.

That information came from a message published by MySmartPrice and retrieved on Weibo (a Chinese social network), according to which the Huawei P30 Pro would use a new Sony IMX607 38 megapixel sensor – not yet announced. Apparently, it is a 1/1.8-inch image sensor with a matrix of square pixels and will have a Quad-Pixel PDAF to give it a fast autofocus functionality.

It is larger than the sensors of most smartphone cameras, which could also improve image quality. However, as MySmartPrice notes, the high number of megapixels will reduce the actual pixel size. That should enhance the quality of the image, especially compared to other devices already on the market this year.

Huawei P30 Pro Would Come Out With Three Cameras On Its Back That Total 38 Megapixels

The sources do not indicate if there will be any other cameras on the back of the Huawei P30 Pro, but images of the camera suggest that there will be two more, for a total of three sensors.

Ice Universe and SlashLeaks shared the above images and showed that, in addition to those three cameras, Huawei P30 Pro would also boast a huge flash, more massive than anything else we’ve seen on a smartphone. One of the images also shows the Huawei P30 Pro from the front, revealing a so-called punch hole in the display to house the selfies camera.

As always, you should take these rumors with a grain of salt, as nothing official has come out from Huawei, just yet. However, we should get more information on the future Huawei P30 Pro, as the device is expected to roll out in early 2019.

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