Huawei P20 Pro is definitely the best camera phone out there. It is the only mobile phone to feature a triple camera setup with a 40 MP resolution and it can capture stunning photos in every condition. But one of its major weak points is video recording. According to XDA, video recording capabilities of the latest Huawei flagship will be soon improved through a software update.
The upcoming firmware will bring super slow-motion video recording which will make the device record videos at 960 fps. Note that this feature is not new as it is already present on some of the latest flagships such as the Samsung Galaxy S9 line-up and some Sony Xperia devices. According to the leaked info about the update, the super slow-motion mode will be available with a resolution of 720p (Sony Xperia flagship are able to record at 960 fps in Full HD).
There will also be another limitation: it will be possible to record for just 0.1 seconds in super slow-motion, that means five or six seconds when the video slows down. The update for Huawei P20 Pro will also bring a new zoom interface which will allow zooming through a simple swipe. The date by which the update will start rolling out on the Huawei P20 Pro is not known yet.