Ming-Chi Kuo is a name that can say little to the vast majority of users. However, he is a well-known analyst at a company called TF International Securities who usually tends to get his point across. He revealed that the Huawei Mate 40 will bet on a special lens system whose main objective is to correct deformations in capturing wide-angle images. That is, an attractive feature that will mark the next top of the range of this manufacturer.
Huawei Mate 40 will have a novelty that no one can copy!
According to the information circulating online, this system consists of a kind of digital lenses with a particularity. They have curves generated and not molded, at least on one side. The end result of using this type of lens is much more quality in the final image and much less distortion. Huawei did not joke about service and submitted a series of patents covering this system. That said, no one will be able to use this technology unless asked by Huawei.
In addition to this very interesting feature, the Huawei Mate 40 range will also have a Kirin 1020 chipset. This processor uses the ARM Cortex-A78 architecture and was developed with 5nm technology. In terms of performance, it is 50% faster than the previous Kirin 990. Mass production of this chipset will start in August 2020.
Although we already know the basic functions of these new lenses, the details remain little known.
It is not the first time that we heard about an innovative technology for the cameras of Huawei smartphones. In fact, it was talked about exactly at the time of the Huawei Mate 30. After the fashion of double and triple cameras, the “next big thing” may be liquid lens technology.
Liquid lenses were developed over 20 years ago by a French physicist named Bruno Berge. Unlike the vast majority of cameras that use mechanical or software systems to change focus, these cameras do so using liquid. Supplying energy to the liquid made up of water and oil, it changes shape.
Apparently, there are many advantages over the lenses found in digital or mechanical cameras.
The first is the speed and precision with which the focus changes. In fact, it is extremely fast, whatever the object you want to focus on. The second is that all you need is liquid. So there is no need for moving parts.
It should be noted that it also occupies a small area, so there is no need for the chambers to be very large. Another positive aspect is that if someone chooses to use this technology, it is cheap to implement.
However, there are still other differences. You can read more about it here.
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