Huawei Is Said To Develop A 55x Zoom Supported Phone

Chinese technology giant Huawei is preparing to open a new front in the intense competition of smartphone cameras. According to some rumors that have emerged today, Huawei and its sub-brand Honor may be developing a 55x digital zoom smartphone.

Huawei , one of the largest smartphone manufacturers in the world , has significantly increased its customer base with the devices it has launched in recent years. One of the signs of the smartphones bearing the Chinese brand's label is undoubtedly the camera features.

Indeed, Huawei's latest high-end smartphone P40 Pro 's DxOmark scores confirm this conclusion. As we reported earlier, the flagship, which entered the camera benchmark with a 50-megapixel Quad-Bayer sensor, managed to outperform even the most geared competitors with 128 points . Taking the bar to a hard-to-reach point with the P40 series, Huawei seems not to be content with it.

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A leak on the Chinese micro-blogging platform Weibo points to the presence of a smartphone with a 55x zoom option in the EMUI camera app . Currently, no Huawei or Honor phone has this option. Huawei P30 Pro and P40 Pro offer digital zoom support up to 50x. Huawei P40 Pro + is 100x digital zoom comes with. This means that Huawei or its sub-brand Honor is probably working on a new smartphone that offers 55x zoom.

However, 55x zoom does not mean the viewing capacity on the new device is more powerful than the P40 Pro. Because there are other parameters to consider, such as pixel size and software optimization. On the other hand, the person who carried out the leak did not share any information about when the phone in question would be released.

Sharing claiming that Huawei is working on a 55x zoom smartphone

Honor 30 series, Huawei nova 7 series, Huawei Mate 30S series and Mate 40 series are still waiting to be released. Perhaps the source of the leak may be one of these devices, but for this we will have to wait a little longer. If we reach new information on the subject, we will continue to share with you.

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