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  • Huawei P20 Pro attracted a great amount of people's attention as soon as it was launched. Its camera is eye-catching with special designs, and it adopts the largest CMOS image sensor among current smartphones out there. This is absolutely a shining point for those believing that for a sensor, larger is better.
    P20 Pro is a masterpiece of Huawei's R&D achievements this year. For mobile phone users, whether the photos are good-looking or not, the color performance of the screen is crucial, and it also determines the manufacturers' perception and aesthetics of color.
    P20 Pro has 1/1.7-inch CIS, F1.8 aperture, as well as the Night Mode Huawei addressed. How's the low light performance?
    Huawei P20 Pro adopts an industry-leading 1/1.7 inch type sensor, rare among smartphones, and the triple camera module contains a 40MP F1.8 main RGB one, a 20MP F1.6 mono one, and an 8MP F2.4 telephoto one, unique and attracting.
    P20 Pro owns the largest CMOS image sensor, while others only own 1/2.x, much smaller than that of Huawei. Will P20 Pro beat them all? We are waiting for your comments.
    The P20 Pro's rear-facing main camera consists of three groups of CIS, of which the main 1/1.7-inch RGB CIS has a maximum resolution of 40 million pixels. The secondary camera has a 20MP mono CIS and 8MP pixels telephoto camera. The P20 Pro's large-sized CMOS image sensor helped it score 109 points in DXOMark Mobile, and it was said that it has taken the lead of Samsung and Apple.
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