Huawei P20 Pro Camera Review by Edwin Tan Photographer

When I first get my hand on Huawei P20 Pro few days back in Sunway Pyramid during their roadshow, it feel a bit bulky compare to my current Huawei P10 plus. The display screen is bigger now and the 3 cameras at the back is slightly out from the phone body itself feel unsafe for me so I visit their flagship shop to get the phone cover immediately for “protection”


Lets take a look at the images I captured for the past few days

The first few things I already fall in love with this camera phone are the Autofocus , AIS (Artificial Intelligent Stabilization) and the AI for all preset apply within secs when we point our camera to the scene just blow my mind !


The Artificial Intelligent of the camera is really outstanding and smart, when I point at a scene, within seconds, it can identify if it is a blue sky , greeny, food, portrait , night scene, food or even close up. From there the camera will turn on the preset according to the scene to provide you the best results.


The AI identify greeny preset mode for this scene and enhance the green color of the image


The AI can identify food ! I took the image below and cropped it and it still looks crispy with 40MB image


cropped from the above image



A bnwhite image processed in snapseed after captured



oh yeah, I took this image with night scene mode on and hand held !! the new AIS Artificial Intelligence Stabilization is just awesome !



When I point my camera to the stage, it apply “stage” preset immediately


Then I decide to change it to night mode and with hand held and the AIS system, this is what I get !


The camera will turn to close up preset when I get close to my object


The bokeh with f0.95 !



This image captured during magic hour after sunset with handheld



And the powerful 20MB front camera !







3 eyes


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