Huawei P20 Pro 3X and 5X Zoom Sample Camera Shots from Casual Real World Use

On Friday - May 4, 2018, I took the Huawei P20 Pro out on the road and tested just how well its Leica Triple Camera system works in casual, real world usage.

One of the key features of the three-optic module is that it enables this beastly cameraphone's 5X Hybrid Zoom, which lets you frame your shots better and capture crisp details even from a distance.

As I've shared in a previous post, the main 40 MegaPixel RGB camera contains the much-talked about large 1/1.7" sensor and it works tandem with the secondary 20MP monochrome shooter to capture images with great contrast, sharpness, and saturation in various lighting conditions.

The third 8 MegaPixel snapper has a close-up 80mm focal length, practically working as the telephoto lens of the handset. Together with the two other optics, this cam gives Huawei P20 Pro its stunning lossless zoom capability.

Huawei P20 Pro Leica Triple Camera

If you want to see the image quality of photos taken using the Huawei P20 Pro at 3X and 5X Zoom, check out these shots that I snapped when I visited Manila City Hall at around 6:00 to 6:20PM that day.

Set 1 : Manila City Hall Clock Tower

Huawei P20 Pro Sample Shot
1X

Huawei P20 Pro 3X Zoom Sample Shot
3X from the same spot

Huawei P20 Pro 5X Zoom Sample Shot
5X from the same spot

Set 2 : Chandelier at The Heart of Manila City Hall

Huawei P20 Pro Sample Shot
1X

Huawei P20 Pro 3X Zoom Sample Shot
3X

Huawei P20 Pro 5X Zoom Sample Shot
5X

I always say that the proof is in the pudding and I think these photos pretty much prove that Huawei P20 Pro's telephoto features are worth all the hype. I mean, just look at the details and the colors in the zoomed shots.

Off hand, I'd say that I'm already smitten with this amazing cameraphone. Whether you are an experienced or budding mobile photographer (like me), I think Huawei P20 Pro will prove to be an ideal new handset for you. If you haven't, go ahead and give it a test run at a Huawei Concept Store near you.

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