MWC 2018 is all about new phones, gadgets and technology and all the big names are there, including Huawei. Sadly, the Chinese manufacturer will not introduce a flagship since it already announced a launch date on March 27. The company sent out a promo video for the event, effectively confirming the Huawei P20 name.
The brief seven-second video once again suggested a three-camera setup with three circles and the extra letters in the word “mooore”. This information, however, clashes with latest TENAA listing that revealed a dual-cam setup, positioned vertically.
Is Huawei going to launch a phone with three cameras or this is some marketing trick for a software update, we are yet to see next month.
The Huawei P20 will most likely have a Kirin 970 AI chipset by HiSilicon and will run the Android Oreo with EMUI 8 on top. It is also safe to assume that more than one P20 phone could arrive - we’ve already heard rumored specs for a Plus-sized version and seen alleged live images of a P20 Lite.
Dual camera setup is used to implement one of two implementations: Implementation 1: Cam1 - Standard field/angle. Cam 1 Wide angle - LG G5 for example has this implementation Implementation 2: Cam1 - colour sensor Cam2 - monochrome sensor....
because the pixel 2 got next level pimped out software...not hardware
all cameras in 1phone is oldschool......all features in 1 camera is the future.... Samsung camera 1 lens can have Dual Apertue, Dual Pixel, as an example.