Huawei’s sub-brand, Honor, is really going all the way out to promote its latest Honor V20, AKA Honor View20, smartphone – specifically, the “world’s first” 48 MP camera. The company has recently leveraged on the device’s 48 MP camera to achieve Guinness World Record for The Largest Photo Mosaic (image). The mosaic features 30,000 photos (or 29,480 photos, to be precise) captured by Honor V20’s 48 MP AI Ultra Clarity mode to piece together the world’s largest photo mosaic that spread across 2,323.96 square meter (25,014.90 square feet).
To put things in perspective, the printed photos captured by Honor V20 (View20) smartphone are enough to cover nearly half of a standard American football field. In case you are curious what the image of the mosaic was, it depicted a scene from a famous Chinese painting called Qingming Shanghe Tu (loosely translated as “Ascending the River at Qingming Festival).
It took an army of volunteers (130, according to Guinness World Records) five and a half hours (note: Honor said, in total they spent 10 hours) to set the record in Kaifeng, Henan in China. The record was set on January 20, 2019, witnessed by adjudicator from Guinness World Records who subsequently award Honor’s representative with the Guinness World Records’ certificate for The Largest Photo Mosaic (image) for Honor V20 (Honor View20).
Images: Honor (China).