Most of the smartphones tend to use smartphones with bigger displays and that’s why phone manufacturers increased the size of the display from tiny to large.
But what about if the user wants to carry a tablet-sized smartphone in the pocket? Well, here comes the foldable phones with a screen that folds in half and fits exactly the same as the regular phone.
Major companies such as Huawei, Samsung and more pushing their limits to enhance the folding smartphone design and what more a folding can do. Still, the main panel remains so much fragile and needs a lot of improvements.
Recently, a new Huawei folding smartphone patent design has appeared with a unique structure to hide camera bumps and reduce the thickness of the device.
According to the information, this patent was published at the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), which shows that Huawei is planning to launch another folding smartphone in near future.
The patent smartphone design shows an outward fold design with a noticeable crease right in the middle where it folds. On the rear side, it has a quad-camera system equipped in rectangular shape camera module and placed at the top-left corner of the phone.
But, the interesting thing is that this design brings a solution to reduce the thickness of the device. There is a specific cutout on the right side of the phone or opposite side to the camera bump.
When the device folds, the camera bump completely fits inside that cutout and this will reduce the thickness of the device once closed. This will be a special and practical way but needs to be perfected and whether it will affect the durability of the display in any perspective.
Currently, there’s no official confirmation whether Huawei uses the patent designs and starts mass production.
(Source | 91mobiles)
Huawei Nova 8 SE Vitality Edition with new camera design launching today
Huawei Nova 8 SE Vitality Edition will launch today (July 27), announced the company and this phone will come with a brand new camera system along with a new design.
The announcement image shared by the company carries the design of the phone including a flat display with a single hole-punch design, the design looks sleek in two colors – Black and silver.
However, the camera design is new and resembles the identical looks of the recently launched Honor X20 SE. There are a total of three cameras + LED flash placed vertically inside a large pill shape camera bump.
There are also speaker grills on the top of the phone alongside a 3.5 mm headphone jack, which suggests the possibility of dual speakers. To be mentioned the fingerprint scanner is embedded right into the power button.
Huawei has not revealed any of the specs of this device at the moment but we don’t have to wait too long to know more about this Huawei Nova 8 SE Vitality Edition.
Honor X20 SE:
Let’s also talk about the device that looks way too similar to the upcoming Huawei Nova 8 SE Vitality Edition. The Honor X20 SE has a 6.6-inch display, 4000mAh battery with 22.5W fast charging, and is powered by Dimensity 700 processor to provide better multitasking features.
In the camera department, this phone has a 64 MP (main camera, f/1.9 aperture) + 2 MP (depth of field, f/2.4 aperture) + 2 MP (macro, f/2.4 aperture). On the front side, the Honor X20 SE provides a 16MP f/2.0 selfie camera.
Huawei Nova 8 SE:
Last year, Huawei introduced the Huawei Nova 8 SE, which comes equips a 3D design and is powered by MediaTek Dimensity 720 and 800U processors, 3800mAh battery, 66W fast charging.
Huawei Nova 8 SE has a quad-camera system consisting of a 64MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide-angle, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth cameras with LED flash, 16 MP selfie camera.
(Source – Weibo)
Huawei P50 Pro camera system is bigger than standard P50
A well-known tipster – Ice Universe has brought us a new image of the Huawei P50 series camera tempered glass screen protector and reveals the size difference in the camera system.
According to the image shared by the tipster – Huawei P50 Pro has a bigger camera module compared to the standard Huawei P50. The difference in the setup lies directly in the total count of the lense resting inside both to the design.
The previous report reveals that the Huawei P50 Pro will come with a Quad Camera system, while the P50 will have a triple camera.
Furthermore, the Huawei P50 Pro equips with a Periscope telephoto camera. On other hand, Huawei P50 will only come with a 3X telephoto zoom camera.
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— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 25, 2021
Huawei P50 Pro Plus
Aside from these two, Huawei P50 Pro Plus will have some extra camera numbers, which makes it a Penta camera-powered device with a liquid lens for fast focus and a free-form lens for clear ultra wide-angle shots.
To be mentioned, all of these devices will be powered by Kirin processors and will later be used with Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 4G chipsets.
Aside from Huawei P50 series, the company will also introduce a bunch of other products including new smart TVs, fitness band, children watch, smart speaker and more.
Huawei GaN 66W multi-port super fast charger opens for pre-booking
According to the information, the appointment for this charger opened until July 29 and panic buying will begin on the same day that will last till July 31. While shipment will start after July 31st.
- Huawei Super Fast Charger GaN 66W Multi-port Charger is priced at 999 Yuan (current price).
Huawei GaN 66W super-fast charger:
Huawei GaN super fast multi-port charger comes with a vertical design with a compact and slender body. This design occupies less area and does not create a low space issue between two consecutive plugs.
It is equipped with 3 charging ports including USB-A2, USB-C, and USB-A1 type. Among them, the USB-A1 (orange) supports a maximum charging of 66W while USB-A2 (Purple) offers 22.5W, and USB-C (orange) will give maximum output of 65W.
Moreover, the maximum total output power of the dual-port combination is 62.5W max. The USB-C only supports SCP, FCP, PD3.0, and PPS. It can charge the QC 2.0 mobile phones, tablets, laptops (charging ViaUSB-C port for charging), Bluetooth headsets, watch bracelets, and other devices to meet daily needs.
At that event, Huawei Consumer Business CEO, Richard Yu announced that Huawei has achieved 120W or even 200W super-fast charging technology.
(Via – JD)