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The good geeks of iFixit have ripped open Huawei's first Google-free handset, the Mate 30 Pro, to find a serious battery powering the big screen and sophisticated camera setup.
The mobe has a 6.53" curved OLED display, a Huawei Kirin 990 processor with 8-core CPU, 16-core Mali-G76 GPU and a neural processing unit. It also has an underscreen fingerprint sensor, facial recognition hardware and gesture recognition.
Lenses - Back - Phone - F/1 - CineCamera
All four lenses were extracted from the back of the phone. These are a 40MP, f/1.8 CineCamera linked to a 1/1.54" IMX608 sensor, a 40MP f 1/1.6 SuperSensing camera onto a 1/1.7 IMX6000 sensor, an 8MP f/2.4 telephoto lens capable of 3x optical zoom, 5x hybrid zoom and 30x digital zoom and a 3D depth-sensing camera for real-time video effects with an IMX316 sensor. The SuperSensing lens has claimed performance of 256x ultra-slow motion video capture at 7,680FPS. The teardown crew spotted a small board linked to this camera, which they...
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