The Huawei P20 Pro probably has the craziest smartphone camera experience in years, with a triple camera setup that spits out impressive results. The camera uses an 8MP f/2.4 lens (3x telephoto zoom), a 20MP f/1.6 monochrome lens, and a massive 40MP f/1.8 lens in tandem to produce some technically amazing photos. It’s clear Huawei was heavily influenced by 2013’s Nokia Lumia 1020, long held as the high water mark for smartphone photography, and not just because they both tout more than 40MP cameras either. The P20 Pro tries to solve some of the same fundamental mobile photography challenges as the Lumia 1020, while also trying to solve an issue Nokia created for itself. While we already compared the cameras of the Lumia 1020 and P20 Pro, let’s take a closer look in what these two phones have in common.What did Nokia offer back then? Back in 2013, the Finnish company had to make do with 2GB of RAM and a dual-core Snapdragon S4 Plus processor. The chipset only supported 20MP camera sensors by default, so Qualcomm and Nokia had to do extra work to ensure compatibility with the phone’s massive 41MP sensor. Some of this work also saw Nokia harness… Read full this story
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