Mate 30 Pro could have a matrix camera with cine lens


Huawei Mate 30 Pro
Mate 30 Pro could have a matrix camera with cine lens
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We are a few months away from the debut of the Mate 30 Pro. But there are already several indiscretions about the device on the net. Especially in regards to the cameras sector. The rear camera should consist of 4 lenses. And today, one of these could even be a cinematic lens. Huawei has actually raised the level of the shots a lot. But it did not provide significant improvements to the video front. At least compared to the flagships from Samsung, Apple and Google. But the adoption of a new solution like this could indicate a change of gear.

Nothing is certain and official but the Dutch site LetsGoDigital has found a patent filed in Europe by the Chinese company that talks about the subject and states in the final line of the document: “smartphone, cinematographic, cameras”. With a lot of “Cine-Lens” written in the opening. The cinematographic optics differ from the classic ones and are created specifically for recording videos in all conditions, even on the move, maintaining high image quality and precise controls on focus, light, aperture and much more.

Their peculiarity generally makes them expensive, although it is not clear how it is possible to create even more complex and elaborated objectives in a space of a few millimeters like the one available on smartphones. Has it been integrated into a periscopic system as happened on P30 Pro?

We’ll see, in the meantime, we leave you with an unofficial list of the main technical features of the Mate 30 Pro that have emerged until now:

  • Kirin 985 SoC made at 7nm EUV
  • Curved AMOLED display from 6.71″ to 90Hz with integrated finger scanner
  • “wide” notch
  • 4.200mAh battery
  • Fast charge at 55W and reverse charging at 10W
  • 4 rear cameras of which one main 40MP, an 8MP with 5x optical zoom, a 20MP wide-angle and a ToF
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