What’s up with the camera on Huawei’s foldable Mate X?

What’s up with the camera on Huawei’s foldable Mate X?

What’s up with the camera on Huawei’s foldable Mate X?

Huawei has been on a move, with the announcement of their Mate X foldable smartphone, the brand has solidified its position in 2019 and plans on moving up from there.

The Huawei Mate P30 lite is going through the halls of TENAA and while the certification process isnt complete yet, we have some photos to share. And now, high-quality press renders of both these smartphones have surfaced online which give us our best look yet at them.

Huawei is all set to launch its new P-series on March 26 in Paris. So the only way we can reconcile these images with what Digital Trends showed us is if we take the DT handset as a weird 5G offshoot of the main design, or it's not as finished as it was lead to believe.

You can also see that the phone here comes in a dark color. Additionally, from the image you can also identify that the smartphone will flaunt a curved display.

Credit: WinFutureTo bring you up to speed on the story, on February 25, Digital Trends posted an article about how it had found an inactive prototype of the P30 Pro at Mobile World Congress. This likely means that the P30 Pro will come with a feature that will turn the display into a speaker - thus eliminating the need for a earpiece to achieve smaller bezels. The P30 Pro is likely to offer additional camera improvements, and recent leaks suggested that the camera module might contain a fourth lens or extra sensors. On the other hand, the telephoto shots have a 10MP resolution, as opposed to the 8MP resolution of the telephoto camera on the Mate 20 Pro. According to WinFuture, the lenses are capable of 10x optical zoom while time of flight sensors as well as depth of field lenses could make an appearance. There's a regular Black, then a Twilight and Aurora colours, all of which look elegant and classy. However, Huawei P30 is expected to be powered by the Kirin 980 processor and will run EMUI 9.0 based on Android Pie out of the box. There's no word on whether these smartphones will be 5G ready or not.

We can also see the arrangement of the four cameras and the flash on the top left corner of this device.

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