Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is all set to launch its Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro flagship smartphones at an event on May 21. And there have been plenty of leaks about these smartphones for the last few months. And now, some new renders have surfaced online that confirm the smartphones‘ rear camera setup. It has been tipped that both Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro handsets will come with four rear cameras and sport a 48MP Sony IMX 586 sensor.
The latest renders that have emerged have been posted by Slashleaks contributor Teme (@RODENT950) on Twitter. One of them shows the Honor 20 and the other shows the Honro 20 Pro smartphone.
As we mentioned earlier, the Honor 20 smartphone comes with a quad camera setup and has a 48MP primary sensor, which is said to come with a ‘4-in-1 Light Fusion’ system. This means that although the primary camera will hold a 48MP sensor, it will most likely save images that are up to 12MP in resolution. It is also worth mentioning that it is the sensor is 1/2-inch and has an aperture of f/1.8.
— Teme (@RODENT950) May 7, 2019
Besides this, the camera module also has a 16MP wide-angle sensor that has a field of view of 117-degrees and an aperture of f/2.2. In the image, a 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP macro lens can also be seen. The latter sits on the right side of the main camera module.
Coming to Honor 20 Pro, its camera setup is more interesting than that of Honor 20. It comes with the same 48MP primary sensor and 16MP wide-angle senor, however, the primary sensor of the device comes with optical image stabalization and a has an aperture of f/1.4. We should mention that having an aperture like that would make Honor 20 Pro’s low-light photography very good.
Instead of Honor 20’s depth sensor, Honor 20 Pro comes with an 8Mp telephoto camera that has a 3x optical zoom, OIS and an aperture of f2.4. Other than this, there are a 2MP macro-lens on the smartphone. Teme also posted a sample photo which has been clicked using the Honor 20 Pro. The sample shot has been taken from the main camera and there is another one that has been clicked using an ‘AI Ultra Clarity Mode’.