Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ Camera Set-up Rendering
Huawei unveiled the latest poster for the Mate 40 series global launch, showing off more details of the Mate 40 series. The poster shows the new phone with a sharp polygon outline and an eye-catching red power button.
Now Twitter user Teme has revealed a Huawei phone with a six-camera rear-facing lens, which is expected to be what the camera module in this pre-launch poster looks like. The six cameras are suspected to be combined into a hexagonal shape. Sources say this is the Porsche Design version of the Huawei Mate 40 RS.
The latest news that for the Huawei Mate 40 series rear design, this time there are two general directions will be used in different models, thus there is no absolute wrong or absolute correct guess, Huawei will be very unique in the details.
The newly leaked renders show that the Huawei Mate series which should be the Pro+ version will feature a six-lens array, including a ToF sensor lens, and the Leica logo is still present, proving the phone’s photographic prowess. While the lens is labeled VARIO-SUMMLUX-H1: 1.8-3.4/18-125ASPH, which means an equivalent f/1.8-3.4 aperture range as well as an 18-125mm zoom range.
As previously stated, the Mate 40 series may come with a 50-megapixel primary camera across the range and will be optioned with Sony IMX700 CMOS for the RYYB super-sensitive filter array.
Huawei Mate 40 Series New Teaser
Besides, in today’s morning Huawei mobile phone official Twitter continues to bring the Mate 40 series of new preheating news. From the copy, it is clear that this is a hint that the screen refresh rate of the Mate 40 series will be 90Hz, and throughout the small video clip, there is a value bar at the bottom of the plane battle, from the very beginning only 50, to the number to 90 when the screen enters a new scene, it is clear that this is a hint that the screen refresh rate of the Mate 40 series will be 90Hz now, and this is also in line with the previously rumored information.
At present, the mainstream refresh rate of the phone is still maintained at 90Hz, although many flagships have been upgraded to 120Hz refresh rate, 90Hz is considered enough, but for so long looking forward to the new phone and the last generation of Mate series, only stay at 90Hz seems a bit insincere, but the specific or wait for the official announcement of the launch, maybe the Mate 40 RS Porsche design will be raised to 120Hz?