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Huawei cheating, claims photo taken from DSLR to be of phone

Chinese tech company Huawei has once again been caught cheating. While sharing a photo of the click from a full size DSLR camera from the company, it was claimed that it has been clicked with the new Hauwei P40 Pro. For many years, Huawei has been one of the top smartphone manufacturers and has been launching the best camera smartphones.

Since 2017, Huawei has been working closely with German company Leica and is trying to reach Huawei’s level mobile photography from Samsung to Apple. In the case of mobile photography, even though the devices are the best, once again the fault of the company has been revealed.

The Chinese manufacturer described an advertising photo as clicked with the Hauwei P40 Pro, while the photo was clicked with the help of a DSLR camera. Actually, a new photo competition was started by Huawei on the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo. The company shared a video with several photos and said that all the photos have been clicked from the company’s smartphones.

It was later revealed that a photo clicked from the high-class SLR camera Nikon D850. Actually, a Weibo user named Jamie Hua found that the photo shown in the video already exists on the 500px photo portal. A photographer named Sui Ty has clicked with his Nikon D850 camera.

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Huawei responded quickly and apologized, saying that the photos in the promotional video were ‘clicked from Huawei smartphones’ due to the mistake of his video editor. Huawei also thanked the user for explaining this mistake.

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