You would think that after getting caught the first time^( , Huawei would be a bit more careful with their marketing materials. However it seems that the company hasn’t learnt from its previous PR blunder because they were caught doing it again.
Huawei recently shared a series of promotional images that were meant to promote their^( , but ^( , the photos used to promote the camera on the phones were not actually taken by the phones themselves. They weren’t even taken by Huawei either as a quick reverse image search pulled up several photos belonging to Getty Images, a repository of stock images.
While we understand that this is merely for marketing purposes, it can be a bit misleading as you might think that the level of bokeh and image quality can be achieved using the company’s phones. Also zooming in to a cropped photo taken by a professional camera will obviously yield very different results compared to that of a smartphone.
This is due to professional cameras sporting larger sensors and better lenses, allowing it to capture more detail and clarity compared to most smartphones. That being said,^( , so it is unclear why the company felt the need to embark on what feels like a misleading marketing campaign.
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