Leaked Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro Showing 48-Megapixel Sensor, 3x Optical Zoom, and More - TECHNOXMART

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Leaked Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro Showing 48-Megapixel Sensor, 3x Optical Zoom, and Moreaffirm both the telephone's back camera setup. Both are tipped to highlight four back cameras with an essential 48-megapixel Sony IMX 586 sensor gracing the two models.

Leaked Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro Showing 48-Megapixel Sensor, 3x Optical Zoom, and More

The renders were posted on Twitter by Slashleaks patron Teme (@RODENT950), one for the Honor 20 and another for the Honor 20 Pro. Beginning with the Honor 20, this quad-camera setup incorporates a 48-megapixel essential sensor which is said to have a "4-in-1 Light Fusion" framework, which will generally likely spare a 12-megapixel picture naturally. It's a 1/2-inch sensor with an opening of f/1.8. 

Above it, sits a 16-megapixel wide-edge focal point with a 117-degree field of view (FOV) and a gap of f/2.2. The picture additionally demonstrates a 2-megapixel profundity sensor. The fourth camera is a 2-megapixel large scale focal point with a f/2.4 opening, sitting on the privilege of the principle camera bunch. 

The Honor 20 Pro has a significantly more fascinating setup. It has a similar 16-megapixel wide-point camera and 48-megapixel essential sensor, yet the essential sensor here has optical adjustment and an a lot bigger gap of f/1.4. The last appears to be truly amazing as till now, the biggest gap we've seen is f/1.5. This should make the Honor 20 Pro a decent decision for low-light photography. 

The profundity sensor from the Honor 20 has likewise been supplanted with a 8-megapixel fax sensor, which is said to have 3x optical zoom, OIS and a gap of f/2.4. In conclusion, it keeps the 2-megapixel large scale focal point. Teme additionally tweeted an example photograph, which was probably clicked with the Honor 20 Pro. It demonstrates an example shot with the fundamental camera and another with a 'man-made intelligence Ultra Clarity Mode'.

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