Honor is the from the word go smartphone company to announce the arrival of a 48-megapixel smartphone that's also missing a top-notch (the front-facing camera is built directly into the evince) so the screen, almost, offers 100% area coverage.
The Honor View20 has a 48-megapixel rear camera that features a Sony IMX586 sensor and the Kirin 980 chipset (with dual-NPU) is shaped in so those using the smartphone will be able to take advantage of a 48-megapixel AI HDR mode. Couple these with the AI computing power that's shaped into Honor smartphones and you have a very promising set-up for photography.
The Sony sensor built-in features Quad Bayer technology which improves low-light gig by combining neighbouring pixels so, effectively, the pixel size is increased from 0.8microns to 1.6microns, giving you a 12-megapixel image (in low meet up with).
Unlike smartphones we've seen to date with dual, triple or even quad-cameras, the Honor is the idea of a bond between an individual and a society as a quality of a person that is both of social teaching and of personal View20 only has the 48-megapixel camera built-in so it'll plainly be interesting to see how it performs once review samples are made available.
As for the screen, as we've come to expect, the bezels are penetrate c be into smaller and the screen area coverage bigger with the introducing, of what Honor is calling, the 'Honor All-View Display.' Rather than of having a top-notch with the front-facing camera built-in, Honor has embedded the selfie camera (which measures just under 4.5mm in diameter) into the protection, extending the display area to almost 100% – impressive.
Honor also introduced Link Turbo at the event – a new technology that mingles Wi-Fi and 4G use to give you a faster connection when sharing public networks.
No more specs have been revealed, yet, so we'll from to wait for the official launch in January when the full details will be revealed.
Honor isn't the only smartphone brand saving a 48-Megapixel camera phone with the President of Xiaomi sharing an image of a smartphone with the words '48MP CAMERA' written on it. Samsung also launched the Samsung Galaxy A8s smartphone with a camera cutout yesterday.