After seeing the latest renderings of the Huawei P50 Pro, today we find out extra details about its Plus version. Huawei P50 Pro + would bring the liquid lens to Huawei phones, a technology recently inaugurated by Xiaomi on the foldable Mi Mix Fold, which inaugurated the liquid lens, using a concept that mimics the human eye.
It is a flexible film filled with transparent liquid. It can change its shape like the lens of the human eye and this is done with the help of electricity and a motor. The rumor Digital Chat Station writes that such a technology is ready to come to Huawei as well.
The Chinese would have tested the technology for a long time, focusing on the implementation of the telephoto camera level with the average coverage distance. Huawei has a patent in this field that dates back to December 25, 2019.
The great evolution brought by a liquid lens is the faster and more versatile focusing, both near and far. It can combine ultrawide capture with Macro and telephoto. It also reduces the weight of the phone and gets rid of the protuberance of the camera.
The P50 series brings another premiere, through the huge Sony IMX800 sensor, which would have 1 inch (although more recently there were rumors that it is actually 1 / 1.18 inch. The RYYB arrangement remains in place, it seems.
The Huawei P50 Pro + had a leak in March, revealing a complex set of Penta cameras in the back. I remind you that the sources insist that the debut of the P50 series would be postponed until June. The phones would have a Kirin 9000L / 9000E / 9000 processor, maybe even a Snapdragon, if the collaboration with Qualcomm comes out.
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