Although smartphones used to be a very simple thing, only equipped with a low-resolution rear camera, their optical functions have become more and more powerful since then. In fact, they are now on par with many digital SLR cameras and other traditional body camera designs among higher quality image sensors, multiple built-in lens formats, and improved low-light settings.
Take Huawei‘s newly released Mate X2 as an example. Similar to its predecessor, Mate X, it uses an articulated format to maximize its usable touch screen interface-8 inches when deployed, with a resolution of 2480 x 2200. However, this time it uses an inward-folding appearance and has a secondary display (6.45 inches and 2700 x 1160 resolution) on the outside for use in storage. More importantly, the rear of the phone is equipped with four different cameras, including a 50MP wide-angle, a 16MP super wide-angle, a 12MP telephoto, and an 8MP SuperZoom, with 3x and 10x optical zoom settings respectively. Developed by Leica. In addition, the internal Kirin 9000 chipset has 8GB of memory, a 4400mAh battery, and up to 512GB of storage space. It is easy to see why smartphones have become the first choice for blinds bugs. It now starts at $2,785 in China. Click here for more details about Huawei Mate X2.