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Huawei Mate 30 Pro Will Record Slow-Motion Videos At An Absurd Speed Of 7,680 fps

Huawei should make the new Mate 30 line official in just two days and as we get closer to the event new images and specifications have been leaked. ITHome has published a photo of the support that will be used when the phone will be shown in the media during Thursday’s event and the specs it contains confirm the previous losses of the Mate 30 Pro. The most advanced phone from Huawei Quest ‘ year will be powered by the Kirin 990 SoC, which is not surprising. The chipset has an integrated 5G modem chip supporting mmWave and 5G sub-6GHz networks and a neural processing unit (NPU) for AI activities.

The phone stands “confirms” that Mate 30 Pro will have a four-camera setup inside the circular module located on the back of the device. Two of the cameras will have a resolution of 40 MP and one will produce wide-angle photos. There will also be an 8 MP telephoto lens and a 3D depth sensor, although it is not clear whether the latter uses time-of-flight (ToF) technology to produce more accurate depth calculations. If the information on the phone support is legitimate, Mate 30 Pro will present the “Ultra-High Definition Night Mode” as a battle to see which phone takes better pictures in low light conditions. And the device will offer super slow video with an incredible staggering of 7,680 frames per second. To put this perspective, the slowest slow-motion on a phone had been recorded at 960 fps; For example, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ records at that speed. This suggests that Huawei’s high-end smartphone will record in slow-motion eight times s-l-o-w-e-r compared to the slower speed available on rival phones.

The curved waterfall screen of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro drops down at an angle of almost 90 degrees

Mate 30 Pro

Once again, according to the information printed on the plastic support of the phone, Mate 30 Pro will be equipped with a battery capacity of 4500 mAh and will support a fast recharge with a 40 W cable and a 27 W wireless charging. Although Mate 30 Pro (and Mate 30 for that matter) will have EMUI 10 based on Android 10 installed, there will be no Google apps or services on the device. During the IFA earlier this month, head of Huawei’s consumer group, Richard Yu, spoke of a possible solution that would allow Google’s Android apps to be installed in an open-source version of the operating system, but not it is still known if this will be implemented for new models.

In addition, a series of new photographs of the Mate 30 Pro appeared on Weibo. The previously reported specs include a 6.6-inch Super AMOLED curved waterfall screen; This simply means that the curved sides open at an angle of almost 90 degrees. With a 90Hz refresh rate, the Mate 30 Pro screen should offer users a smooth experience. A tweet from the Evan Blass tipster has listed the color options of the Mate 30 line as Space Silver, Cosmic Purple, Black, and Emerald Green.

Before he was banned from accessing his American supply chain. On May 16, Huawei expected to send 300 million phones this year, compared to the 206 million delivered in 2018. Driven by the Mate 30 series, the Chinese manufacturer hoped to beat Samsung in the fourth quarter (running from October to December) and becomes the largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. This is a goal that Huawei had planned for years. Thanks to strong domestic sales, the company had sent 118 million units in the first half of 2019. But with the shipment of the Mate 30 line without Google services, demand outside of China should be affected and this will prevent Huawei from taking the smartphone. The crown of King Sammy this year. However, Huawei should end up beating Apple and move to the second place of the year. After all, the company and its fans showed great resilience in a situation that could have had much more disastrous results for the company.

(Via: XDA)

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