Huawei fans are waiting for the launch of the Huawei P50 series but the company is currently working on the supply chain and wants to make sure that the upcoming Huawei P50 series reaches every new consumer.
The past revealing of this upcoming Huawei flagship shows that the Huawei P50 will offer a mere premium design. But the main focus of attention is the new pill-shaped camera bump that two giant circles and each of them houses different camera systems.
Just like its predecessor, the Huawei P50 series will likely deliver its promises of a powerful camera experience and will come equipped with the latest camera technologies.
As for now, a tipster from Weibo has brought us the latest news regarding a big improvement that has been made to the camera system of the Huawei P50 series.
So what this patent do? Actually, the tech in the patent shows this phone with a tech that explains it Auto Frame Adjustment. With this, the smartphone can record a video in different frames and adjustment them to keep the quality of the frame stable once the video is stopped recording and saved to the gallery.
This entire process helps in the creation of a high-quality stable frame video.
Let’s look at the patent in a bit of detail:
Frame rate recording controller Patent:
According to the patent, the method is described as a technology for controlling the frame rate of recording.
First, the mobile device receives the first input of the user, and in response to the first input, the mobile starts recording. Then, the mobile collects N video frames of the shooting scene at the first frame rate.
Then, the mobile determines the light intensity of the shooting scene according to the N video frames that have been collected and automatically adjusts the video frame rate of the mobile according to the light intensity of the shooting scene. Among them, the adjusted video frame rate is different from the first frame rate, and N is a positive integer greater than 2.
Then, the mobile continues to collect video frames of the shooting scene according to the adjusted video frame rate.
Finally, the mobile generates a video file according to the video frames collected at the first frame rate and the video frames collected according to the adjusted video frame rate. In this way, the frame rate collected during recording is automatically adjusted, and the quality of the video image and frames is greatly improved.
Huawei has still not confirmed the launch date for the Huawei p50 series but it’s likely to happen somewhere in July this year. yet, an official confirmation is still awaited.
Huawei smart car tech can measure water accumulation to avoid incidents
On the 23rd of July 2021, Huawei released a new patent for determining the depth of inert water, which was applied by the company on the 3rd of March this year. This new patent will be proved another significant step towards the company’s strategy of making more advanced smart vehicles.
This new patent is entitled the “method and device for determining the depth of inert water” has the publication number CN113168535A. It is designed to identify the depth of the water accumulation area to avoid any possible mishappening.
Although, the automotive industry has developed many advanced technologies, which brings extra convivence for the users. But, when it comes to crossing through water accumulated areas, only the driver’s knowledge is considered to be safe.
To reduce any vulnerability in the water accumulated area, Huawei introduced this new technology. As per the patent description, this method will follow the below-mentioned procedure to gain the desired result-
- First, capture the images of the present inert water road
- Then, analyzes the image to extract valuable information
- Now, obtain the spatial location of the edge of the inert water
- Afterward, obtain the road slope angle
- Thereafter, determines the inert water and road position corresponding to the maximum water depth of the area using the recommended algorithms
Hence, the spatial location, road slope angle, and position, maximum water depth, and maximum inert water depth are determined.
The Huawei inert water patent method will specifically provide help for the autonomous driving system and contributes to more enhanced in-vehicle capabilities. Furthermore, it’ll cover the internet of vehicles that includes-
- V2X: vehicle outreach
- LTE-V: long-term evolution of vehicle communication technology
- V2V: Vehicle-Vehicle
Huawei autonomous driving control solution with identified signals
Last January, Huawei applied for a new patent for a driving controlling method in smart cars, devices, and related equipment, which was published on July 23 with announcement number CN113160590A in China.
For a long time, Huawei is securing its new ideas, methods, and technologies mainly related to smart cars in the form of patents. The Chinese tech giant’s new aim is to become a leading technology supplier in the automobile industry.
According to the patent document, this method of driving controlling method of the smart car according to the detected signal recognition to improve the safety.
Let’s take a look over the patent method for controlling driving of the smart car:
- When the controller first recognizes the signal display device and calculates the target value of the acquisition parameter of the image acquisition device in the smart car.
- The acquisition parameter of the image acquisition device is used to indicate the acquisition period and warm light to collect the image the number of times, exposure duration, and interval duration.
- After that, it sends an instruction to the image acquisition device and adjusts the acquisition parameters.
- According to the image acquisition device to obtain the image identification signal identification, and control the smart car to drive according to the identified signal identification.
In this way, the probability that the signal identification in the image collected by the image acquisition device is in the complete state is increased.
Also, the probability that the result recognized by the controller according to the image is consistent with the new result of the actual signal identification table. As a result, it improves the identification of smart car control accuracy and safety.
Huawei has a new emergency calling feature with intelligent number selection
At the beginning of 2020, Huawei has developed a method and electronic device for emergency calls and filled the patent registration to secure this innovation. This method aims to quickly help the users in emergency situations.
According to the China Intellectual Property database, this patent was published on July 23, 2021, with announcement number CN113163052A in China.
The patent application describes that an emergency call method, which is applied to the electronic device (mobile phone). However, the patent method working includes:
When the mobile phone is in a locked state, the first operation of the user is detected on the display screen. In response to the first operation, the phone displays the emergency call interface through the display screen.
The emergency call includes one or more emergency call numbers and after the first preset time period expires. It automatically makes a call to the first emergency number, and the one or more emergency numbers include the first emergency call number.
After the first preset time period expires, if the mobile phone does not detect the user’s operation on the display screen, it will automatically alert after the call is disconnected between the mobile phone and the alarm station.
The smartphone displays a lock screen interface through the display screen. The realization of the present application helps a user to quickly initiate an emergency call in an emergency situation.
Importance of emergency call:
The emergency call is a very useful feature for asking for help through the mobile phone when you are in danger, in critical or emergency conditions.
In emergency situations such as emergency medical assistance, traffic accidents and natural disasters, the importance of emergency calls is increasing, and the laws and regulations of various countries have created a constant requirement for emergency calls.