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The two trademarks, Cine-Lens and Camera Matrix, are still handled by Forresters, an old friend of the company, Munich, Germany.
The Cine-Lens trademark registration category is Class 9, covering film and television photography, recording, on-line and sound processing, image/ digital optical lenses, intelligenceMobile phoneCamera Matrix trademark is also related to optical lenses, cameras, smartphones, etc. camera, etc.
Obviously, these two applications are related to the Mate 30 / Mate 30 Pro series.Huawei It is likely to be released in October 2019 and then officially launched in the following month. As for the legendary 5G model, it is expected to appear in December.
The application of Cine-Lens is expected to be a major focus for the new Mate 30 series. After all, in the past year, Huawei has been on the Mates 20 series and the results-based matrix camera.
But literally, Cine-Lens seems to have something to do with movie effects. Compared with ordinary cameras that take still images, the new lens may be specially developed for video recording.
Given that Huawei has reached a long-term and friendly cooperation with Leica, the Mate 30 series is expected to receive a number of special additions. In addition to the excellent video quality, Cine-Lens should be able to cope with a continuous motion scenario.
In doing so, the overall cost of the equipment will increase by a large margin. In order to control the cost, it is likely to only modify the ordinary camera to provide a more targeted video recording experience.
Earlier leaked renderings show that the Mate 30 Pro will use sports car style rear shots (relatively round in shape) rather than square lenses that look rigid, but the parameters of each camera are not known yet.
As a reference, P30 Pro is Huawei's first 5-fold, light-variable intelligent machine with a 40-MP wide-angle and a 20-MP ultra-wide-angle 8MP long-focus 3D ToF camera combination. As for what surprises the Mate 30 Pro will bring, see.