Even though Huawei it may seem that it was just last month at the CES that announced the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, the company is by this time preparing to launch it’s a new flagship device called the Huawei P20 on the 27th of March at an event taking place in Paris. If a lot of individuals especially prominent ones grace the event with their presence, there is a high possibility that the Huawei P20 will be the first major smartphone to ever feature a triple-lens camera system at the rear side of the phone.
There have been a lot of rumours going around that the P20 will be characteristic of a three-lens rear camera system, and the invite which has a ghostly “OOO” motif as well as the phrase “See mooore with AI” may appear to support the theory.
There are also rumours that the company will be launching three smartphone devices; the P20, the P20 Lite, and the P20 Plus. It however yet remains unclear if the triple-camera system will be available in all of the three devices or not. What also seems to burgle mind is the thought of what the intent for a third camera will be. Ordinarily, the dual-camera systems either have a black-and-white and a colour lens, or they possess a standard lens and a telephoto lens (a lens that magnifies the image).
Further rumours that were gotten from leaked ads in December last year which give the assertion that the P-series will use the triple-lens system for 40MP stills with 5x the zoom in order that it could be able to project multiple levels of optical zoom. Yet, in the marketplace of today where it is sometimes hard to bring about a distinction between smartphone devices with the merit of spec alone, it may be that a third camera will boost Huawei’s sales of phones and make it demanded by more people thus causing the company to join the competition of leading smartphone producing companies.
A digital artist in one of the company’s creative agencies added the following “PCE Series” ads to their portfolio which claims that 40MP, 3 lens rear (5x hybrid zoom) + 24MP selfie, all Leica-co-developed. This begs the question, will the next P-series be an imaging powerhouse?