Huawei’s all-new P20 Pro just might be the best smartphone for photographers, since it’s the world’s first to feature a Leica triple camera system. This means the main camera features a 40MP, 1/1.73″ RGB sensor behind a 27mm f/1.8 (35mm equiv.) lens, while a secondary camera sports a 20MP, 1/2.78″ monochrome sensor behind a 27mm f/1.6 (35mm equiv.) lens, and last, but not least, the telephoto camera lens offers an 8MP, 1/4.4″ RGB sensor behind an 80mm f/2.4 (35mm equiv.) lens, complete with optical image stabilization. That’s not all, the device also uses a Master AI system that includes AI stabilization, AI-Assisted Composition (suggestions for framing group and landscape photos), and scene recognition, which identifies over 500 scenarios across 19 categories to automatically select camera setting for the best shot. Continue reading for two more videos, pictures and information.
“In low light, the P20 Pro is a monster, capturing photos with a sensitivity of up to ISO 102400. Other features and specs include a Kirin 970 processor, 4K video recording, 6.1-inch screen with ultra-thin bezels, a 24MP selfie camera, AI beautification, 3D portrait lighting, and a 3400 mAh battery. The Huawei P20 Pro will be available (in Twilight, Pink Gold, Black, and Midnight Blue) to Europeans starting next month with a price tag of $1,120),” according to .