Huawei Trademarks SuperSensing Camera; May Arrive with Mate 30 Pro

Huawei Trademarks SuperSensing Camera; May Arrive with Mate 30 Pro

Huawei Trademarks SuperSensing Camera; May Arrive with Mate 30 Pro

The Mate 30 Pro would have a triple camera setup with two 40MP sensors, according to a tipster named Teme. We already know a ton, at this point, about both the Mate 30 and higher-end Mate 30 Pro, the result of a number of leaks that have revealed specs and features early. And they follow other recently discovered patents we reported on here that cover some fantastic features (the "Cine Lens" and "Camera Matrix") that will be found in the camera. This would be paired with a secondary 40MP (1/1.7-inch) ultra-wide-angle sensor with a 120-degree field-of-view, a third 8MP telephoto lens with 5x optical zoom - similar to the P30 Pro and a fourth ToF sensor. This could be similar to the Xperia 1's Cinema Pro feature that offers a more natural cinematic tone. If the leaks are to be believed, the device is expected to launch in October and will be powered by the new flagship Kirin chipset.

The Mate 30 Pro is expected to have a broad notch in which 3D facial recognition technology has been incorporated. "The larger sensor size of 1/1.5" would also enable the device to capture greater detail and obviously with better low light performance as it has a larger pixel size.

In terms of hardware, the Mate 30 Pro will reportedly feature a Quad HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate.

While the Mate 20 series that launched a year ago did come equipped with Gorilla Glass, the P30 Pro has a screen protector for which Gorilla Glass was not used, with the expectation that this new Air Glass name suggests the same will hold true for the Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro.

The Huawei Mate 20 Pro is pictured on the company's stand during the "Electronics Show - International Trade Fair for Consumer Electronics" at Ptak Warsaw Expo in Nadarzyn, Poland, May 10, 2019.

Apart from this, the Mate 30 series could also sport an all-glass design. As such, reports suggest that Huawei could use pressure-sensitive areas on the sides of the phone to mimic the functionality of the power button and the volume rocker. However, it will be interesting to see if Huawei launches a special 5G variant or if it integrates 5G support across all variants of the Mate 30 series.

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