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Huawei P20 Pro To Debut Super Slow-Mo This Year

Currently ranked among DxOMark’s top smartphone cameras, recent reports claim Huawei’s P20 Pro will soon receive an update for a super slow motion camera, similar to Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Plus.

The P20 Pro has thus far received many rave reviews, and features one of the first triple lens rear camera set-ups.

As noticed by XDA, a new update coming “later this year” will deploy a new super slow motion mode – 960 fps video capture.


Similar to Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Plus, commentators predict the new super slow-mo mode will feature an automatic start trigger.

The new P20 Pro update will reportedly also improve the camera’s zoom control, which some users claim is not sensitive enough.

With the device’s camera already highly acclaimed, commentators assert the Chinese company is looking to further expand its lead over other smartphone vendors.


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