Huawei Mate 70 Series & Pura 80 Series Camera Leak Surfaces Online

Huawei Mate 60 RS

Huawei is a dominant player in the Chinese smartphone market. The company’s two popular series are the Mate and P series. For those unaware, the P series has been rebranded to Pura, and the company recently released the Pura 70 series. Now, a reliable leaker has revealed some camera details has exposed camera details of the next Mate 70 series and Pura 80 series.

huawei mate 70 and pura 80 series

The leak comes from DigitalChatStation revealing some camera details for the next Huawei flagship series. The leaker says that the Huawei Mate 70 series will feature the Omnivision OV50K sensor. It is a huge 1/1.3″ sensor that is known for having a high dynamic range. Additionally, the camera sensor utilizes LOFIC technology, enhancing autofocus speed. We have seen the OV50K sensor on the Honor Magic 6 Ultimate. The phone was marketed as a “super dynamic Eagle Eye camera” and hence we can be assured that the OV50K sensor will surely make the Mate 70 series stand out in the camera segment.

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Regarding the Huawei Pura 80 series, it is said to come with a new main OV50X sensor. While the size of this lens remains unknown, it will also incorporate LOFIC technology to enhance autofocus speed.

Huawei Mate 70 series launch timeline

Huawei Mate 60

Since Huawei just launched the Pura 70 lineup, the next focus will be on the Mate 70 series. If we take the Mate 60 series launch timeline into consideration, the Mate 70 series will come out sometime in September 2024. The last year’s Mate 60 series broke sales records of all its predecessors.

The highlights of the Mate 60 series include an OLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate and FHD+ resolution. The display is protected with the second-generation Kunlun Glass. The lineup is powered by the company’s own Kirin chipset. Moreover, the series gets up to 88W fast charging. The Pro model also brings the advanced satellite calling feature.

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