Huawei P50 Specifications Overview
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 888|
|Rear Camera||50MP + 13MP + 12MP|
|Display Size||6.50-inch (1224×2700)|
About Huawei P50
Huawei P50 Camera FAQs | Megapixels, Zoom, Other Features
Ans. Megapixel of Huawei P50 is 50MP + 13MP + 12MP for Rear/Main Camera, and 13MP for Front Camera.
Ans. Huawei P50 comes with 50MP + 13MP + 12MP Rear Camera.
Ans. Huawei P50 comes with 13MP Front Camera.
Ans. There are 13MP Cameras in Huawei P50.
Ans. Yes, It is Available in Huawei P50.
Autofocus (AF) is the function of a camera to automatically focus on a subject. Most general digital cameras have this function. There are various AF methods, and the available methods are different depending on the model of your camera. Use different methods according to the scene or subject you want to shoot.
Ans. There is only 1 Front Camera in Huawei P50.
Ans. Yes, The Huawei P50 camera support AI (Artificial intelligence).
Ans. Yes, The Huawei P50 camera supports Night Mode.
Ans. Yes, Huawei P50 Camera Supports Portrait Mode.
Portrait mode means that part of your shot (the subject) will be in sharp focus, while the rest of your shot (the background) will be out of focus. This blur effect makes your subject pop into the frame and stands out in the viewer’s eye.
Ans. Yes, Huawei P50 supports HDR Mode.
HDR (high-density range) on camera helps you get good shots in high-resolution environments. The iPhone takes a few pictures in quick succession at different angles and blends them to bring more brightness and dignity details to your photos.
Ans. Yes, Huawei P50 can Record Slow Motion Videos. For Better Features and Experience you can also download Camera Apps which provides Slow Motion Features.
Ans. Yes, Huawei P50 can record steady videos and also in amazing quality.
Ans. Yes, In-Built Camera Filters Available in Huawei P50.
Ans. Yes, Huawei P50 supports time-lapse Videos.
Time-lapse is creative filming and video editing technique that manipulates how frame rate is captured.
Ans. No, Huawei P50 cannot record in 4k Videos.
Technically, “4K” means a horizontal resolution of 4,096 pixels. This is the resolution set forth by the Digital Cinema Initiatives. Because movies vary in aspect ratio, which refers to the exact shape of the rectangle of the screen, no vertical resolution is specified.
Ans. No, Huawei P50 cannot record in 8k Videos.
8K is a higher resolution than 4K—and that’s it. 1080p screens have a resolution of 1,920 by 1,080 pixels. 4K screens double those numbers to 3,840 by 2,160 and quadruple the number of pixels. 8K doubles the numbers again, to a resolution of 7,680 by 4,320.
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