Huawei Is Testing 1-Inch Super Bottom Camera for future phone

Huawei seems futuristic while trying and testing in way of availing more possibilities under a solo hood, while it testing 1-Inch Super Bottom Camera…!!  Recent rumors are suggesting Huawei is testing a 1-inch super bottom main camera for its upcoming Mate and P series flagship phones.

Huawei is Testing 1-Inch Super Bottom Camera

Well, the pure transparency is yet to receive, like the model has not been confirmed, it is believed that Huawei may be using the Sony IMX989 sensor, which is currently used in domestic smartphones with a 1-inch sensor. But this is absolutely remarked that the Chinese tech giant is testing for the 1-inch super bottom camera.

Notably, It is currently unknown whether Huawei will crop the 1-inch sensor or not. Though, Huawei is known for cropping sensors to smaller sizes in order to achieve specific desired image quality. For example, the company has previously used the IMX888 52MP cropped to 48MP, the IMX858 50MP cropped to 40MP, and the OV64B 64MP cropped to 48MP in its latest P60 flagship phones.

Additionally, the IMX989 is equipped with an Octa-PD phase-detection focusing system, which means each sub-pixel has the ability to focus. The CMOS also supports pixel fusion, and the fused pixel area can reach 3.2µm, making it more suitable for dark light shooting. The Sony IMX989 CMOS sensor has an actual size of 1.02 inches with a 4:3 ratio, rather than the conventional 3:2 ratio. It uses an advanced process and has a faster readout speed, which helps to take into account the amount of light, and uses a Quad-Bayer color array.

Huawei’s industry-leading image quality

The recently launched flagship Huawei, the P60 Pro, uses the main camera model IMX888. Which has a sensor size of 1/1.43 inches. With Huawei’s strong research and development capabilities, the P60 Pro’s camera has achieved industry-leading image quality.

If Huawei does indeed use a 1-inch sensor in its upcoming flagship phones, it would be a significant upgrade and set a new standard in smartphone imaging. The larger sensor size would allow for more light to be captured, resulting in better image quality, especially in low-light conditions.

Counting the struggle era, Huawei faced numerous challenges in recent years, including restrictions on access to certain technologies due to US trade sanctions. However, the company has continued to invest heavily in research and development. And has even developed its own HarmonyOS operating system as an alternative to Android.

Huawei Future Phone Camera

Crossing all huddles company has shown great commitment to innovation and has the potential to continue pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the smartphone industry Well, what more changes you anticipate? You can share with us in the comment below.

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