The Honor Magic 3 Series came with the Snapdragon 888+ chipset in August, and the lineup’s top three phones had stunning cameras. As it prepares to launch a global rollout, the company introduces its ultra-fusion quad-camera photography technology, which explains why cameras make cameras so impressive.
The technology basically integrates AI fusion images between major AI sensors to provide texture and detail details.
When the camera snaps the image to 1x zoom, which is the default setting, the fusion returns between the primary camera and the monochrome camera. The primary shooter works when you go for ultra-wide or telephoto shots with a single snapper to enhance picture details and colors.
Magic3 Pro and Magic3 Pro + phones have telephoto cameras, which also support this Fusion Tech. When a picture is zoomed in, the definition can be adjusted to 180% according to the company’s mathematics.
One of the things that the press release hasn’t revealed is how Honor has “launched” this technology – it’s going to be accessible via the OTA update to existing Magic3 phones, or it was already available but not announced publicly. Wow, that’s how it works. Either way – global units must be presented out of the box.