The last year has been extremely exciting period for Huawei and its products: Starting with the P20, the company’s flagships have been truly transformative in terms of their camera photography capabilities. The P20 and P20 Pro last year were extremely intriguing products for the industry, as they ushered in the first step towards an ever more prevalent aspect of modern cameras: computational photography. Huawei had pioneered the technique to bring new innovative use-cases such as the introduction of multi-frame combination mechanism for low-light capture (a.k.a. Night Mode), which really raised the bar and lead the way in terms of what we expect smartphone cameras be capable of in low light. Huawei didn’t only innovate in terms of software, but also using quite exotic hardware camera...
Huawei Launches the P30 and P30 Pro: P is for Photography
The latest update in Huawei’s P series smartphones are the new P30 and P30 Pro handsets, launched today in Paris. These new devices hope to push the reason why...57 by Ian Cutress on 3/26/2019
Huawei P30 Series Launch in Paris: A Live Blog (Starts 2pm CET, 9am ET)
Huawei has been keen to promote the launch of its new P30 series of smartphones this week. We're here in Paris, ready to watch Huawei CBG CEO, Richard Yu...16 by Andrei Frumusanu on 3/26/2019