According to reports, the Huawei P50 series, which is expected to be released next year, will integrate innovative liquid lens technology to greatly increase speed. The company hopes to use its new patented liquid lens technology to once again shake up the field of smartphone imaging. According to reports, this technology can -level focusing, almost in line with the human eye. According to reports, the film formation rate of the new Huawei liquid lens camera module is close to 100%. A new report says that liquid lenses will be mass-produced and commercialized in 2021.

MyDrivers reported that this new liquid lens technology may be integrated into the Huawei P50 series next year. This new technology obtained Huawei’s patent on December 25 last year and was announced in April this year. It is expected to be mass-produced and commercialized next year. This liquid lens technology will be integrated into the telephoto lens module of the mobile phone.

The report explains that traditional zoom lenses achieve focus by adjusting the focal length between two fixed focus lenses. This new technology will use liquid to focus light and will change the shape of the liquid by passing the liquid through to control the imaging. The report added: “Huawei’s technical solutions can be used to drive the liquid lens motor to meet performance requirements such as autofocus and optical image stabilization, while improving the reliability of the motor under abnormal operating conditions (such as bumps and drops). “).

According to reports, this is not the first time Huawei has stepped into camera hardware innovation. This is also the first to introduce a periscope lens on a smartphone – the first is the Huawei P30 Pro, which was in 2019. This new technology allows smartphone manufacturers to integrate large zoom lenses without having to extend the module out of the rear frame. The periscope lens uses the specular reflection method to adjust the zoom setting before the light hits the image sensor.

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