Huawei Mate 40 Pro Camera Sample
Yesterday, Huawei officially confirmed that it will globally launch its new Mate 40 series on October 22, known as the most powerful new Mate ever, with a slogan of Leap Further Ahead. The Mate 40 series preview video also has been released online, featuring the human eye, which seems to hint at a major upgrade to the device’s camera.
In today’s morning, the President of Huawei Consumer Business Mobile Product Line, Hua Hegang released a photo, which is suspected to be the first Huawei Mate 40 Pro camera sample.
Careful users found that the microblogging tail of the president of Huawei’s consumer business mobile phone product line updated to yet to identify the model Huawei phone, everyone guessed that it is the Mate 40 series. This suspected Mate 40 Pro phone to capture the early morning moon, above the blue firmament, the moon face is hazy, half-hidden, as if floating in the sky.
We know that Huawei has pioneered the practice of professionally photographing the moon and this year’s Mate 40 series is sure to be an even bigger breakthrough in terms of imaging.
As has been Huawei’s practice over the past few years, the new Huawei P/Mate series will inevitably upgrade its cameras, such as the previous generation Mate 30 Pro, which came up with 7680fps slow-motion video as its main highlight.
Some media speculate that the Huawei Mate 40 series is expected to adopt the 9P free-form curved lens module from Daliguang, which is said to improve wide-angle/telephoto distortion and visual sharpness, as well as further increase light intake in low light.
There are also rumors that Huawei may equip the series with a 50-million sensor with Liquid Camera technology, an earlier patent filed by Huawei for faster autofocus and better stability with less distortion.
As of right now, none of the speculation about a rear-facing lens for the Mate 40 series is complete and there are still variables. But there’s no doubt that Huawei, which has always been all about photography, will once again do something different with the Mate 40 series.