Huawei’s CEO, Richard Yu, said that Huawei wants to see a camera experience similar to the DSLR on his forthcoming flagship smartphone.
Huawei’s promotional activity in Consumer Electronics Show 2018 has sprung up as you know it. Although the presentation of the Mate 10 Pro is disastrous, Huawei’s CEO Richard Yu, especially speaking at CES 2018, has had a lot to talk about, especially in the sector. Apparently, after this talk, Yu interviewed Android Authority and talked about the smartphones they wanted to produce.
During the interview, Yu said that they wanted to offer a camera experience similar to the DSLR in future smartphones. In particular, Yu’s idea to bring smartphones to focus and zoom in on the quality of DSLR cameras is not really new in the smartphone market. In particular, the Panasonic CM1 and the Nokia Lumia 1020 are examples of such cameras.
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Still, remember that these devices do not have such good sales figures. So Yu thinks “do people want to have a DSLR-like experience?” I need to ask. Because DSLR cameras are really fun to use with technical information. I am not sure if people will want to improve their camera equipment to take pictures from a simple telephony with good camera performance. What are you thinking?