The release time of Huawei Mate 40 series is not too far away. According to previous news, it is probably around October. As the release time approaches, the related news of Mate 40 series has also been exposed a lot, except that Kirin will be adopted. In addition to the 9000 (tentative) processor, the Mate 40 series may also be equipped with new liquid lens camera technology. The revelation came from a tweet by a Twitter user Teme (@RODENT950). The tweet stated that the Mate 40 series will have two phones codenamed “Ocean” and “Noah”.
Among them, “Ocean” (most likely the standard version of Mate 40) will use the 6.67-inch curved screen provided by LG, with a screen refresh rate of 90Hz. That is to say, this year’s Mate 40 series will be equipped with curved screens. Instead of using a straight screen like the Mate 30 series, the Pro version uses a curved screen. In terms of cameras, the “Ocean” will be equipped with a 50-megapixel main camera and a 20-megapixel ultra-wide angle, as well as an 8-megapixel telephoto, supporting laser autofocus, and the overall configuration looks good.
On the other hand, it is not clear whether “Noah” refers to Mate 40 Pro or Mate 40 Pro+. From the exposed news, “Noah” will adopt a waterfall screen design, and the screens will be provided by LG and BOE, which are also supported. 90hz. The camera also has a 50 million main camera + 8 million ultra-wide angle, in addition to a high-magnification periscope lens, and the main camera will be equipped with the latest liquid camera technology.
The patent for this technology has been reviewed several months ago and is held by Huawei. It is reported that this technology can help the camera achieve faster autofocus and better stability. Some people thought that the technology would be launched on the P50, but now it seems that the Mate 40 series can be used faster.