After months of leaks and rumors, the P20 Pro is finally official. The Chinese smartphone maker launched the smartphones at an event in Paris, France back in March. In line with the leaks, the highlight of the P20 Pro is its triple-camera setup. The smartphone is also powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC. The phone is priced at Rs 64,999 in India.
Smartphone photography is something that is becoming a new hobby for many. And why not? Even a sub Rs 10,000 device also comes with a good camera these days. When it comes to flagship smartphones, you have the likes of the iPhone X, Galaxy S9 Plus and the Pixel 2 XL featuring cameras that perform better than the point-and-shoots. Huawei surprised everyone with the P9 that featured a Leica-branded dual-camera setup, and with the Mate 10, the company introduced artificial intelligence to enhance photography. Now, with the new P20 Pro, Huawei has introduced a triple-camera setup co-engineered with Leica.
I have already talked about the triple-camera setup, what it is and how it works. Now, after using the Huawei P20 Pro for the last couple of weeks and clicking a number of photos in difference lighting conditions, it’s time to talk about the camera performance. While the camera is the biggest highlight of the phone, there are many other features that make the phone a power performer. It’s a flagship device through and through, and in this video review, we’ll be exploring some of the key features and specifications of the phone.
Take a look at our video review, which explores the new Huawei P20 Pro!