Honor 20 Pro sample photos reveal first F/1.4 camera, show off Super night mode

Ro, 16 May 2019

We are just a week out of the Honor 20-series launch event and the company just three sample photos from the lineup's top dog - the Honor 20 Pro. Two of them are taken with the main 48MP sensor using the new AIS Super night mode, while the third one is courtesy of the ultra wide-angle lens.

The Honor 20 Pro appears to put a strong emphasis on photography and boasts the world's first f/1.4 aperture in the industry and coupled with the large 48MP sensor, it's bound to make some impressive low-light shots. Honor also confirmed that the phone will pack the 48MP AI Ultra Clarity mode that we've tried on the Honor View 20 as well as the AI photometric system. We will probably know more about the latter when the handset sees broad daylight.

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Honor 20 Pro main camera sample photos

And as far as the ultra wide-angle camera is concerned, the EXIF shows f/2.2 aperture and 17mm focal length. The listed focal lengths also confirm the size of the sensor of the ultra wide cam - the 7.6x crop factor corresponds to a 1/3.2" sensor.

Honor 20 Pro sample photos
Honor 20 Pro wide-angle sample photo

Can't wait to get our hands on this quad-camera setup and see for ourselves how all four sensors perform in the real world.


Reader comments

Not to THIS extent. Also, my former Huawei P9 produced brilliant .raw files. Which was... before these artificial pic-sy trends.

That's their way of removing image noise and pulling out the details via some computational algorhytms or "AI". They can't produce a fine image because physics (low light, small sensor etc), but they will recalculate a horrible image (quality-wise) i...

but again not everyone does that, so its doesnt really matter for most ppl. photo preference is subjective for the most part anyways. note i said "most ppl", so for anyone out there thats going to react badly about what i said. please have the t...

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