Recently, Huawei officially announced that the Mate 50 series will be released on September 6. This is two years later, and it happens to be the tenth anniversary of the Mate series.

Earlier today, spy photos of Huawei Mate 50 Pro appeared on the Internet. It can be seen that the mobile phone is wearing a black confidential protective case. We can only see the rear lens and some components of the mobile phone.

After analysis, the whistleblower said that the four rear lenses, the upper left corner is the variable aperture main mirror, the upper right corner is the ultra-wide-angle lens, the lower right corner is the 3.5X telephoto lens, and the lower left corner is the ToF module.

Although the back cover of the mobile phone cannot be seen, the high probability may be a circular module, which is similar to the renderings previously revealed.

What attracts the most attention to consumers is that the Xiaomi Mi 12S has Leica blessing, and the Huawei Mate 50 series definitely does not have Leica. Would XMAGE be enough to replace without Leica? All this still needs to wait for the announcement of the press conference.

For the rear variable aperture primary mirror, this technology has not appeared in the mainstream mobile phone circle for a while. The most recent phone with a variable aperture is the Sony Xperia PRO-I, and an earlier one is the Samsung Galaxy S9.

This time, Huawei's variable aperture technology may be based on its own patented technology. Huawei submitted a patent titled "Aperture, Camera Module and Electronic Device" last year.

As can be seen from the patent diagram, the lens can achieve variable aperture by sliding at least 6 aperture blades against each other. Through the diaphragm, you can also adjust the amount of light entering the lens.


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