On October 16, Huawei officially released its latest smartphones Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro and the bigger Mate 20 X at its launch event in London. Building upon everything the highly popular P20 Pro did right when it was launched earlier this year, the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is a step-up from its stablemates and more. Packed with a suite of technology upgrades.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro triple camera houses a 40MP standard camera, an 8MP telephoto camera with a 3x optical zoom and new for this year, a 20MP ultra-wide angle for better landscape photos, replacing the monochrome sensor used on the P20 pro. The bonus of this lens is that it offers a new macro mode, which allows you to zoom into objects — as close as 2.5cm — without losing detail and clarity.
Huawei also unveiled one of the highlights new feature of Mate 20 Pro called 3D Live Object. It may seem like a scene out of a sci-fi movie, but this is apparently now possible in real life through Huawei’s newest smartphone.
There are already 3D Live Objects pre-loaded into the Mate 20 Pro when you buy it but what makes this feature more special is the fact that you can actually scan real-life objects. You can then later add them to videos that you take with your smartphone’s camera and they will be able to interact with their environment. Huawei claims it’s like bringing an object to life and making “fantasy a reality”.
You will be able to control the 3D object with a digital button and joystick that is built-in to your camera. The former can make them do certain actions like cross step, run, jump, and other simple actions. The latter lets the character move around.
The Huawei Mate 20 Pro has 6GB RAM and 128GB storage so on paper it will be able to handle all of that 3D Live Objects. It is priced at around $1215 so you may want to save up for this one.
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