These days, people are looking at a few things prior to buying a phone. One of it is the camera. With our lives constantly on-the-go, what better way to capture a specific moment in time than with a smartphone? There are many options to go for when it comes to camera quality, but sometimes the price far exceeds the range than most can afford.
The Honor 50 series brings you the angled-to-perfection camera that caters to your day-to-day photography needs like a companion of adventures. Equipped with a 32MP front camera that swings all the way to a 90-degree viewing angle with an ultra-sensory front camera, it detects and expands to wide angle wefie capture when there are more people and scenery. Its intelligent AI processing capabilities self-adjusts to maintain high-quality selfie photos at night or any snapshot taken in dimly lit ambience any time of the day.
The rear camera comprises of 108MP main camera, an 8MP wide-angle camera, a 2MP macro camera and a 2MP bokeh camera that deliver angled-to-perfection pictures anywhere anytime. The Honor 50 adopts a dual ring design, with the top circle featuring the main camera and the bottom circle containing three additional lenses
The main 108MP main camera is equipped with an ultra-high resolution 1/1.52” sensor revving up to 12032 x 9024. With a F/1.9 aperture, it can absorb more light to achieve better clarity, even in low light spots. It also serves as a video recorder with six times zoom recorder so that user can shoot from a distant with ease.
The Honor 50 8MP wide-angle camera features a 112 degrees angle of view and F/2.2 aperture for greater ease and convenience. Enhanced with a specialised correction technology, the wide-angle camera minimises perspective distortion in order to capture as every little detail possible.
The 2MP bokeh camera is ideal for portraits shoots that play on shallow field depth, even with obscured background so that the subject matter stands out. It enables a creative edge by offering new perspectives that is invisible to the naked eye.
The biggest highlight of the Honor 50 would be the support for Google Mobile Services after its ‘break up’ from Huawei. This is the first new flagship-class Honor smartphone since the Honor 20 Pro to come with access to Google apps and services. The Honor 50 will officially be launched on 18 October 2021. As for now, there are no official price range for the device yet.