Huawei should release its upcoming Mate lineup in October this year. According to a recent report, the new Huawei Mate 40 series will arrive with a 108MP camera.
The 108MP sensor will be utilized in the Mate 40 and the Mate 40 Pro. Here is what you should know.
The Huawei Mate 40 Series Might Arrive With Major Camera Features
So far, we’ve seen several smartphones arriving with a sleek 108MP camera. If the upcoming Huawei Mate 40 series is going to come with such a feature, it is expected to compete with devices such as Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro, or Motorola Edge Plus.
The recent report came from the Chinese tech blog ITHome. According to it, Huawei wants to add a new 108MP sensor with improved performance than the smartphone currently with a 108MP sensor. The company’s plans, if well-established, could be a game-changer among the latest smartphones’ camera capabilities.
The report also claimed that Huawei could bring a temperature measurement sensor to its Mate 40 lineup’s new camera already available in the Honor Play 4. The camera sensor is said to arrive with a 9P lens that offers better-quality pictures than other 108MP sensors. ITHome further suggested that the cameras of both smartphones will also include optimizations. However, more information was not fully disclosed.
Huawei is expected, as well, to utilize a 5nm processor dubbed Kirin 1000 for the Mate 40 lineup. So, the Mate 40 smartphone will probably not have the 4G variant.
To recall, the last P30 lineup arrives with custom-made cameras with some sleek RIYB color filters that allow users to capture brighter images than RGB filters. Maybe the upcoming 108MP sensor will also utilize the RIYB color filters.
Huawei should release the first statements in the coming months. We should expect the Mate 40 series to arrive with some of the best camera features seen so far.
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