Huawei P40 Pro + only recently went on sale in China, and in Europe, it is expected at the end of this month. The model is interesting in that it is the first smartphone in the world with a 10x optical zoom. And now we have the opportunity to take a look at what his impressive camera without a cover looks like.
Today, a user has disassembled the back panel of the Huawei P40 Pro+ smartphone, showcasing the camera module. The video of the same, shared on Weibo, shows that almost a quarter part of the device is covered by the camera system.
He shows that the five-camera setup on the smartphone has a compact layout without any ball motor. It also has a suspended wire structure design which is composed of memory alloy. Thanks to this design, it guarantees zoom and anti-shake features along with the stability of the lens.
The smartphone features a 40MP f/1.8 Ultra Wide Cine Lens, an upgraded 50MP RYYB f/1.9 sensor with OIS, an 8MP f/2.4 Optical Super Periscope Telephoto camera, an 8MP f/2.4 Optical Periscope camera with OIS, and ToF depth sensor.
It is capable of capturing 10x optical zoom, 20x Hybrid zoom, and up to 100x digital zoom. On the front side, the device is equipped with a dual 32MP selfie shooter and an IR depth sensor, capable of capturing 4K selfie videos. So, we can safely assume that the P40 Pro + in the same DxOMark rating will receive a little more points than the younger brother and, probably, will gain a foothold for a long time as a leader.
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