Huawei: Mate 40 for the first time with a new liquid lens?




According to Leak, Huawei is again digging deep into its bag of tricks with the Mate 40.

Huawei is known for high quality technology at a rather moderate price. The Mate series usually stands out here, because in addition to strong hardware, Huawei often offers technical innovations. It could be the same in 2020 despite the corona pandemic. According to the leaker “Teme” (@ RODENT950) the Chinese have interesting innovations such as a liquid lens in their luggage for the Mate 40 models, which are currently codenamed “Ocean” for the normal version and “Noah” for the Mate 40 Pro and Pro Plus.

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According to @ RODENT950, the simple Mate 40 offers a curved display with 6.67 inches in the waterfall design, i.e. a completely solid screen on the front. The image repetition is 90 Hertz (Hz). The situation is similar with the Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro +, although the dimensions are probably turn out a little bigger. The Huawei Kirin 9000 processor may be on board, although production will be stopped on September 15, 2020 due to the US sanctions at the supplier TSMC. So it remains exciting. Depending on the model, the battery size is between 4,300 and 5,000 milliampere hours (mAh). The real highlight is probably the new camera technology, because apart from strong megapixel numbers, all kinds of different lenses and a laser autofocus, liquid lenses are on board for the first time. It was only in mid-May 2020 that Huawei patented this technology, which is said to offer faster autofocus and better image stabilization. Experts only expected this equipment for the Huawei P50, which is why the company may still be collecting test results here. It is therefore unclear whether the liquid lenses will ultimately find a place in the Mate 40. There is also no start date for the new smartphones.




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