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Huawei P20 Could Feature a Super Slow Motion Video Feature That Could Rival the Galaxy S9 and Xperia XZ2

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Mar 19, 2018
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Slow-motion video recording on smartphones is not a ground-breaking addition to the camera’s arsenal. 4K video recording at 60 frames per second is certainly a leap forward, but so is the possibility of Super Slow Motion video recording. Being able to record footage at insanely high frame rates is only present on high-end devices and according to a video leak, the Huawei P20 might feature that.

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A tweet by Ricciolo1 teased the super slow motion mode and three main camera modules that is featured on least one of the phones from the upcoming Huawei P20 lineup. Rumors were already afloat that the upcoming Huawei P20 will have a triple camera setup, but the possibility of super slow motion is something new.

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The Huawei P20 series will consist of three models:

  • P20
  • P20 Lite
  • P20 Pro

Needless to say, the P20 Pro will be the best of all three devices in terms of components and performance. As per the leaked specifications, all three models will have different camera configurations, with the P20 Pro expected to come with three main rear cameras. The other two models are expected to carry a dual-camera setup.

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The P20 will have a 20MP main camera with another 12MP sensor and a dual-LED flash. The Huawei P20 Lite is expected to come with a 16MP main camera with a secondary 2MP camera. The most interesting of all the devices in the lineup is the Huawei P20 Pro, which will have three cameras.

The configuration will comprise up of a 20MP main unit with two 12MP cameras coupled with a dual-LED flash. All the models will be capable of phase detection autofocus and HDR, with the P20 and P20 Pro also offer laser autofocus, thanks to advanced optics.

The phone seems to be following in the footsteps of Samsung and Sony by introducing the Super Slow Motion mode. However, the perk certainly won’t come cheap. According to previous leaks, the P20 Pro will come with an insanely high price tag of 899 Euros, but it could be the first smartphone to feature three shooters housed at the back.

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