The Huawei P60 Pro is set to reclaim the title of best camera phone when it launches. Although it will lack 5G connectivity, it will have many selling points. For example, a Weibo tipster said today that it would be equipped with a 64MP telephoto lens. The model is called OV64B and it will support 3.5x optical zoom as well as the classic RYYB array.
As we all know, the traditional CMOS pixels are arranged in an RGB array, and the RGB array consists of four pixels, one red, one blue and two green. Since these three colors are the three primary colors of light, white can absorb all colors of light. In short, the principle of RYYB is to replace green with yellow, and yellow is a combination of green and red.
In terms of brightness, it is the superposition of the two. The amount of incident light can theoretically be increased by around 30%-40%.
Not only that, but Y has a wider spectral response, covers more of the spectrum, can capture more photons, and significantly improves the signal-to-noise ratio of luminance in dark scenes. So it has better effects in night shots. With the RYYB array and Huawei’s proprietary XMAGE image, we have every reason to believe that the Huawei P60 Pro will become a new generation of night vision devices.
The Huawei P60 Pro will also support variable aperture. The aperture size is intelligently selected according to the scene, and the professional mode supports the physical aperture. Ten speeds are available, and you can adjust the depth of field and degree of a blur as you wish.
In addition, the company’s management has today published some photos showing the shooting performance of the upcoming flagship. From the photos, we can see that it can suppress the high light in the sunset, while accurately retaining the details of the dark part. The overall color reproduction is excellent.