On the evening of March 30th, Lei Jun officially brought Xiaomi’s first folding screen flagship MIX FOLD, which is equipped with a liquid lens that adopts the principle of “bionics”,
which can simulate the human eye to realize the change of focus, making the same lens and With two functions of telephoto and macro, it also saves internal space while enhancing the functions.
At present, Xiaomi MIX FOLD is also the only model in the industry that uses this technology, but this status quo may be broken by Huawei.
According to a Blogger,
According to a well-known blogger it was revealed: “Huawei’s liquid lens has also been tested for a long time,At present,
most of the supporting programs on the industrial chain are medium and long focal lengths, and it is not bad to do the intermediate focal lengths.”
This also means that in the upcoming Huawei P50 series, it is expected to be equipped with liquid lenses.At present, the most promising model to be equipped with is the “super-large cup” model Huawei P50 Pro+.
It is reported that Huawei has been exploring liquid lenses a long time ago.The data shows that Huawei applied for related patents on December 25, 2019.
The liquid lens developed by it not only brings two-in-one shooting effects, but alsoIt can also achieve a faster focusing speed, can achieve millisecond-level focusing like the human eye, and the film formation rate is almost 100%.
In addition,The Huawei P50 series will also launch the world’s first IMX800 sensor this time, with a 1/1.18-inch ultra-large bottom.This is also the largest sensor in Sony’s history, which can bring better noise control, color performance and other effects, and provide better picture quality.
At the same time, the outsole is bound to bring higher light sensitivity. With Huawei’s unique RYYB arrangement, the night shooting ability will be upgraded again and become a new generation of night vision.
At that time, the imaging system of Huawei P50 Pro+ will once again reach the top and become the world’s leading imaging flagship, which is worth looking forward to.