Hardly a week is left for the Huawei Paris event and now a new video is there which shows the Camera potential of the upcoming Flagship handsets. From a long, the leaks of forthcoming Huawei P20 and P20 Pro are prevailing in the Tech market. This new clip shows a scene recorded in slow motion which looks appreciable. Huawei is tipping its Triple-Camera smartphone for a while now, maybe the clip has been recorded using that beast. So without dissipating any time let’s jump to the detailed information.
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The above clip displays a video of a boy performing a backflip in slow motion and just after that, the 3 circle structure comes to the screen. According to what we have decoded from this video, this has been captured using the top end P20 Pro smartphone. The phone is rumored to come with a Triple-Camera setup. We are currently not sure about its specifications but if it is really happening then it will fall among the list of a few devices that offers more than a Dual-Camera setup. Regrettably, the video doesn’t disclose anything technically but what we are guessing is the P20 Pro.
The device is expected to feature slow-motion videos at 120fps which is a great offering. The innovation from other brands are also at its peak, recently we have witnessed 960fps slow-motion video recording on the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus devices. Maybe this time Huawei will include some extraordinary use of Triple-Cameras as for now it appears to be more like a gimmick. The device may feature 5X hybrid zoom, portrait mode, etc. As per the recent leak from Roland Quandt, the P20 will be offered in 4GB RAM/128GB ROM while the bigger P20 Pro will be provided in 6GB RAM/128GB ROM.
Both devices will come powered by a Hi-Silicon Kirin 970 Chipset which was also found on the Mate 10 Pro handset. This chip offers an NPU which will enable the upcoming P20 and P20 Pro to support AI functions. The handsets will sport a 2900mAh battery and will house a Display with a resolution of 2280 x 1080 pixels. As per the leaks, the P20 handset will be priced at 679 Euros($838) whereas the more powerful P20 Pro will be made available for a price tag of 899 Euros($1110).