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At present,HUAWEIMate30 Pro is also due to launch in October, with three cameras on the back and better sensors than ever before. Now, Ice Universe has posted on its Twitter account Huawei Mate30 Pro and Galaxy Note 10 Sensor Size Contrast Map. He believes that Galaxy Note 10 has no chance to win in photography.
According to pictures released by Ice Universe, two of Mate30 Pro's three cameras will be 40 million pixels 1/1.7 inch and 1/1.55 inch pixel sensors. Meanwhile, Galaxy Note 10 will be equipped with 12 million pixels of 1/2.55 inch primary sensor. The bigger the sensor, the better the image quality. Ice Universe provides an additional comparison table showing that Huawei has been steadily increasing the number of sensors and has achieved better results than others.SamsungGreater progress.
However, we can not ignore another important aspect that affects the quality of photography, that is, pixel size. The 1/2.55-inch sensor of Galaxy Note 10 has a pixel size of 1.4 um. The larger the pixel size, the more light the sensor collects, which results in better photo quality, especially in low light conditions. The performance of low-light photography is every intelligenceMobile phoneManufacturers are competing for and paying attention to the place.
Mate 30 Pro's 40 million-pixel camera has a 1/1.7-inch sensor, which makes the pixel size 1 micron. But will Note 10's 1.4 um sensor be better? Huawei's Mote and Pro phones employ a technology called pixel grading, which allows four-pixel data to become one pixel. When using this technology, the photos on Mate 30 Pro are about 10 million pixels
Although IceUniverse seems to believe that Mate30 Pro will provide better photos than Note10, we still need to wait and see how these phones perform in the real world. It's not just the area of sensors, the number of pixels, the size of pixels and so on. Software and algorithms also play a huge role in today's smartphone photography, such as Google's unparalleled algorithm in Pixel 3.