Huawei P40 Pro vs. P30 Pro camera comparison: Abandoning Google is not worth it! [UPDATE]
The Leica quad-camera setup (firmware: 10.0.0.190) on the back of the P30 Pro consists of four lenses: A 20 MP ultra wide-angle lens (16 mm, f/2.2), the main camera with a resolution of 40 MP (27 mm, f/1.6, 1/1.7″ sensor, RYYB filter, OIS), an 8 MP telephoto lens (125 mm, f/3.4, OIS) and a TOF camera.
The main camera of the P40 Pro (standard wide-angle, 1/1.28″, 1.22 µm, f/1.9, RYYB color filter, octa-PDAF, OIS) features the brand new RYYB sensor with a resolution of 50 MP (firmware: 10.1.0.114). With a size of 1/1.28″, it is larger than on the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and offers much larger pixels (1.22 µm). In addition, there is a 40 MP ultra wide-angle lens (1/1.54″, f/1.8, OIS), a 12 MP camera (5x periscope zoom, f/3.4, RYYB, OIS) and a 3D depth camera.