There was a time when Chinese manufacturers were accused of
copying features and designs from the more established brands, especially Apple.
While some manufacturers are still on that road and it cannot be denied that
even the most reputed of manufacturers have copied design elements from Apple, certain
Chinese OEMs have introduced revolutionary concepts in the recent years, way
ahead of Apple or Samsung. The Vivo Nex is the only true bezel less phone in the world right now and Huawei did revolutionize
the smartphone camera by launching the incredible P 20 Pro; which was at that
time, the only smartphone in the world with three rear cameras.
As a follow up to the P 20 Pro, Huawei will soon be launching
the Mate 20 Pro, which is expected to further improve smartphone photography by
introducing an enhanced version of the extremely successful Fusion Light technology we saw on the P
20 Pro. Apparently, the Mate 20 Pro will feature four rear cameras by Leica (an extra wide-angle lens), but instead of using Fusion
Light, it will use an AI-powered version of it, called FusionMind. The exact details are fuzzy at the moment, but sources
have it that the AI-powered technology will help to produce better, sharper
images by automatically squeezing multiple pixels into one pixel, as necessary.
Fusion Light on the P 20 Pro already provides
users with an option to choose between 40-mp or 10-mp (squeezed pixels) images
and this seems to be an enhanced version of that. Aside from the huge notch, it
does look like the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is going to be a very lucrative option
soon. You can check out some of the other rumors at Gizmochina.