We can say that Huawei is not in the top grind. The Asian company is preparing its Huawei P40 and P40 Pro with the same problem as always. The absence of Google services on their smartphones.
However, the company believes that it is possible to go further and will return to invest heavily in the photographic quality of the smartphone. Since the Huawei P8 we see a Huawei with a desire to overcome everything and everyone in this segment.
Alleged photo taken with the Huawei P40
The leaker is known and there are not many reasons to be suspicious of his words. However, we also cannot believe everything you see on the internet. So, as always, take this information with a good pinch of salt.
According to the information, this is a photograph taken with the Huawei P40. The image was compressed by the social network, however, we continue to see a good degree of detail in the photograph.
Although the subject (in this case a bird) is not fully focused (certainly by the compression of the social network), we can see the details of the bokeh effect, or portrait mode.
This is a super complicated task for manufacturers. Make a camera that can distinguish with quality what is the subject and the background.
In this photo we have the perfect example of an almost perfect bokeh effect. Even the smallest feathers can be seen in detail. While the background between them is blurred.
More quality on Huawei P40 cameras
Be it this photo of the Huawei P40 or P40 Pro. The photograph surprises in many ways. This is certainly due to an improvement in the ToF (Time of Flight) sensor.
This small sensor details the object ahead so that later in the software you can identify what is the subject and what is the background. That way bring the “portrait mode” that we like so much.
In short, I would like to see a Huawei P40 bring even more technology to your camera and it is almost certain to do so. However, it is worth noting that a smartphone without Google services is basically useless in Europe. Hopefully Huawei will be able to resolve this impasse with the American government.
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