Huawei P series smartphones have always been closely associated with the advancement of mobile photography by introducing pioneering camera technologies and setting trends that others have followed. The Huawei P9 introduced the Leica dual-camera system, the P20 was the first with three cameras and superior low-light shooting capabilities, while the P30 introduced the world’s first high-zoom binoculars lens.
Huawei P50 Pro continues the tradition of P-series devices with another revolutionary camera system. Instead of following the trend of multi-point sensors and adding cameras, the all-new Dual Array Camera System reinvents the process of digital photography to diligently recreate what your eyes see.
Huawei XD optics transcend the laws of physics
In recent years, Huawei has led the smartphone industry in finding ways to use larger sensors, multi-point sensors, and introduce new cameras. Trends that other manufacturers are still following. But Huawei engineers have known all this time that hardware alone, no matter how advanced the technology, is not enough to achieve superior image quality. Thus, the next technological breakthrough is made possible through software and especially computer support throughout the shooting process.
To this end, Huawei designed XD Optics or, in general, the first image signal correction technology. Image processing capability is added to the optical imaging system itself, so that corrections of image information are possible before it reaches the image signal processor (ISP). The XD Optics of the Huawei P50 Pro smartphone is a bridge between the real world and the ‘brain’ of the phone. Thanks to her, you have complete control over the shooting process from locking pressure onwards.
Sensor data is stored at the system level as non-lossy information so that it can be processed by the Huawei P50 Pro smartphone’s intelligent Neural Engine.
XD Fusion Pro . Engine
Optics XD is half the equation responsible for high-end mobile photography. Thanks to True-Chroma Shot and XD Fusion Pro technologies with a new Super Color filter, True-Chroma Image Engine and Super HDR, images are colorful and detailed even in low-light conditions and the best possible reproduction of what the human eye sees.
0.5 to 100 times the final magnification
As a pioneer in introducing zoom into mobile photography, Huawei is once again pushing the boundaries with its periscope lens, 3.5x optical zoom and 64 million sensor, and is responsible for high-quality images with digital zoom up to 100x. Combined with the 13mm ultra-wide-angle lens, the Huawei P50 Pro offers versatile image capture from 0.5 to 100x.
Enlarged images are not blurry and therefore useless, as the Huawei P50 Pro uses XD optics, which, along with stabilization using Artificial Intelligence (AIS Pro) algorithms, is responsible for high-magnification shots.
real chrome screen
The stunning dual-camera images of the new Huawei P50 Pro smartphone can then be enjoyed on its stunning high-resolution OLED screen capable of displaying over a billion colors and at 120Hz refresh rate.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a serious outdoor photographer and a small and powerful device is right for you, or you just want to enjoy a great vivid picture, the Huawei P50 Pro smartphone display is for everyone.
Rich device ecosystem
In addition to the P50 Pro, Huawei recently introduced the P50 Pocket foldable phone in Slovenia, both of which join a wide range of other new devices. The first is the mid-range Huawei Nova 9 and Huawei Nova 8i, followed by the Watch GT 3 smartwatch, the MateView and MateView GT screens, and the upcoming FreeBuds Lipstick, which is also a great fashion accessory.
Great user experience
Huawei also provides an excellent user experience on its HMS phones and ensures that users can access all the global and local applications they need, from social networks such as TikTok, Snapchat, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and chats such as WhatsApp, Telegram, Zoom, and transfer , like Bolt, to finance, like Revolut and Curve, entertainment, like Spotify, Netflix, Deezer and Tidal, and popular games like Lords Mobile and Gardenscapes. In addition, they have put together a great resource to help AppsOnHMS.com users, where the video and other guides are available to access the individual apps.
In creating the user experience, they have focused specifically on accessing banking and financial applications. In the last year alone, more than 300 major international and local banks joined, including NLB, NKBM, Sparkasse, Sberbank, Intesa Sanpaolo and mBills in Slovenia. Huawei users can now pay with their phones, thanks to an NFC contactless payment solution.
In addition, Huawei continues to develop its own suite of HMS applications, which consists of the AppGallery, the Petal Maps navigation application, the versatile Petal Search engine, the Huawei Mobile Cloud, the Internet browser, and the Huawei Game Center. These services benefit more users from month to month. For example, Petal Maps, which was launched only last year, has reached more than 20 million monthly active users, of which 7 million are in Europe. AppGallery already has 580 million monthly active users worldwide and has positioned itself as the third largest app store.