Huawei CEO is using P60 Pro, shared new Telephoto camera shot
Yu Chendgong, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business and Smart Devices, shared a new post on the Chinese social networking site, Weibo, and made people excited by using Huawei P60 Pro as well as the teaser that he posted.
Yu wrote on Weibo “These two days are the full moon, take a random photo with our upcoming new mobile phone, every piece is a blockbuster!” (translated)
Interestingly, the Huawei CEO shared this post using a Huawei P60 Pro model, confirming that he was talking about the P60 series and it could launch later this year.
Although, he didn’t affirm an exact date but past information suggests that the company may unveil this massive flagship on March 23.
What’s in the image?
Looking at the image shared by the CEO, there are three identical features that match the past camera samples from He Gang, President of the smartphone products line.
First is the zoom capability and the second is the details that are retained after zooming on the subject. Third is the night shooting capability of the sensor, the camera is able to detect and provide a bright subject at night as compared to before.
Shot with upcoming Huawei P60 Pro (Telephoto, night and quality) Awesome (don’t forget the new moon) pic.twitter.com/UZ7ooqrdQG
— Deng Li (@MrDengLi) March 9, 2023
Furthermore, the Moon doesn’t need to be zoomed at max, as it is shown with alongside a subject. This could only be possible with a new change in the camera algorithm.
Also, we can’t ignore such major upgrades in telephoto, night time and high-quality photography. These are interesting improvements and we would like to know more about the latest camera features of the Huawei P60 series.
A report reveals that Huawei will bring back the RYYB color array for the Huawei P60 series for the Telephoto periscope camera. This color system allows the sensor to adopt more light as compared to the RGGB color array. Read more below.
Huawei P60 Pro to bring RYYB Periscope zoom for bright image