Users will be able to control the depth of field as a result (the bigger the f-number, the deeper the DoF), and the camera will also be able to slow down the shutter speed without blowing out the image. recording video, Smartphones that use fast shutter speeds during the day don’t always provide stunning images. The Huawei Mate 50 Pro, according to leaker Digital Chat Station, sports four cameras: a 64MP 3.5x periscope camera (OV64B, 1/2″), a 40MP black and white camera (IMX600), a 13MP ultra wide camera, and a 50MP primary camera (IMX766, 1/1.5″). A HiSilicon NPU combined with Huawei’s own XMAGE technology will handle the image processing for the cameras (the phones are expected to use 4G versions of Qualcomm’s most recent flagship chipsets).
One of the most exciting rumours surrounding the upcoming Mate 50 series has been formally confirmed by Huawei before the unveiling on September 6th: the phones’ cameras will have a variable aperture (presumably only the main camera). Today’s smartphones nearly universally have fixed apertures; the few outliers often have two settings. Huawei kept mum, although rumours suggest that the phones would include an easy-to-use aperture adjustment between f/1.4 and f/4.
The Huawei Mate 50 series will be obtainable starting on September 6. The Huawei Mate 50 series will be obtainable starting on September 6. The 66W rapid charging of the Huawei Mate 50 series has been confirmed by 3C.