Huawei Exec shares a Mate 40 camera example and teases the...

Huawei Exec shares a Mate 40 camera example and teases the...
Huawei Exec shares a Mate 40 camera example and teases the...
Huawei is unveiling the Mate 40 line of smartphones on October 22nd, and we finally have a camera sample showing off one of the key selling points of the new phones. Huawei’s smartphone unit head He Gang posted a picture of the moon in broad daylight on his Weibo profile, revealing impressive details of the lunar surface.

Camera example from a Huawei Mate 40 smartphone

Huawei was one of the first companies to make photographing the moon a trend and a kind of benchmark for the zoom capabilities of a smartphone. The company is also always looking to improve the camera performance of its phones, and we expect the Mate range to be another step forward.

Other expected specs are a 50-megapixel main shooter, and hopefully the 7680 fps mode can now record ultra-slow-motion video in 1080p.

The Huawei Mate 40 is expected to have limited availability due to the limited production of chipsets after the US ordered TSMC to stop working with the phone maker. We’re expecting at least two phones – Huawei Mate 40 and Huawei Mate 40 Pro – and a Porsche Design is likely in the pipeline as well.

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