Huawei‘s P series has always been about the awesome camera co-engineered with German photography giant LEICA. The P40 series was released in China a few days back, and alongside the P40, the Huawei P40 Pro and P40 Pro+ were also unveiled. The major highlight of the P40 Pro+ is the 10X optical zoom lens, which is not only capable of capturing 10xzoom shots but also 20x hybrid zoom and 100x digital zoom. The scope of what this brings cannot be better imagined but experienced. However, some camera samples have been shared online, which shows how the zoom pans out.
The zoom allows mobile phones to take pictures far beyond the horizon of the natural eyes, unraveling invisible objects, and still maintaining the vivid clarity of the shots. The first set of six continuously zoomed-in pictures fully shows the charm of the P40 Pro+ 100x digital zoom. From a distance, it is just a row of ordinary high-rise buildings. As the zoom factor continues to zoom in, the artwork on the building became visible. Further zooming in up to 100 times reveals a man and woman on the bridge.
In another set of camera samples shot on a beach, the normal shot faintly shows the beach tents. The telephoto lens of the P40 Pro+ was able to reveal the colors of the beach chairs and even shows a few people sitting on them.
Another sample confirms the zoom is also active and can be deployed at night or in low light conditions. The P40 Pro+ zoom was able to scan the QR code on a smartphone’s screen from 50 meters away and in the dark! The picture is a collage with samples shot by two different flagship cameras, which were not clear enough to complete a QR code scan.
Huawei P40 Pro+ 100x digital zoom