With the launch of the new Honor V30 and V30 Pro Honor is trying to establish itself as a maker of premier camera phones alongside parent company Huawei. It shares much of its technology, including the 40MP Sony IMX600 sensor with a RYYB filter, plus the powerful NPUs of the Kirin 990 chipset.
Honor published a couple of promo videos extolling the virtues of what it calls “Matrix Camera Technology” – the combination of the sensor, NPU and processing algorithms that achieve impressive low-light capabilities and smooth video stabilization.
The videos brag more than they inform, Honor is keeping details of how the V30 cameras actually work a secret. It did post a number of camera samples, which you can check out below.
However, these are heavily compressed JPGs, so you may want to have a look at our camera samples for a clearer idea of the image quality that the V30 Pro can deliver.
Honor Brand Strategy Officer Zhang Xiaoyun shared these selfies on her Weibo account, using both the 32MP main selfie camera and the 8MP ultra wide cam.