Huawei P70 and Nova 12 Series
The Huawei Nova 12 series and the Huawei P70 series will be the next two major smartphones waiting to be released, and today, camera sensor information for these models leaked online.
Digital Chat Station said Huawei will launch a new mid-range smartphone series equipped with a 50-megapixel OV50E main camera and a 1/1.55-inch sensor size.
There is also a Huawei flagship phone with an oversized main camera equipped with an OV50H 50MP 1/1.3-inch sensor. These phones must be the Huawei Nova 12 and P70 series respectively.
OV50H is a flagship image sensor that is already used in the iQOO 12 Pro smartphone.
Therefore, the Huawei P70 series supports H/V QPD, which can achieve horizontal + vertical four-pixel phase focusing. This aspect is more advanced than Sony IMX989. This is also OmniVision’s first CMOS sensor that supports H/V QPD.
Although the Haowei OV50H cannot beat the Sony IMX989 and Samsung GN2, it is roughly equivalent to the Sony IMX 707 (used by the Xiaomi 12S series) in terms of parameters. However, the OV50H has more advanced H/VQPD autofocus and more advanced video recording. ability, so it is more popular.
OV50H brings 8K video recording and uses on-chip pixel restoration algorithm. Additionally, the equipped device will offer 4K video recording at 120 frames per second and 60 frames per second. Different HDR modes can be used according to the scene, it provides 50MP Bayer output and 2x crop zoom function, as well as staggered HDR crop zoom mode.
The Huawei P70 series will have three models: Huawei P70, P70 Pro and P70 Art. Therefore, a user also asked the tipster Digital Chat Station whether the Huawei P70 Art version has an OV50K sensor, which is a camera size of less than 1 inch. However, the tipster denied this possibility and said that it is currently exclusive to Honor, more specifically the Honor Magic 6 .
On the other hand, the mid-range Huawei Nova 12 series OV50E also features QPD four-phase detection autofocus, four-in-one pixels, and 8K video recording.
In addition, the OV50E allows users to use interlaced HDR technology, which has cropping and scaling functions for video HDR.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also previously said that Huawei will mainly purchase periscope lenses from Taiwan’s Dali Precision. It can be seen from the current news that Huawei’s two major products in the future will launch OmniVision sensors to support the domestic supply chain.
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