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Huawei Mate 30 Pro 7680fps slomo clip looks insanely fantabulous

20 September 2019 0

Huawei Mate 30 Pro comes with so many amazing and beefy features to impress you right away. However, not everything is as blingy as it may look. The lack of Google support may bother you and it could be a big deal. The series doesn’t come with Google services and you can’t sideload Google apps either. But those who want to grow together with Huawei or those who put features over the basic necessities may overlook it.

One of the biggest highlights of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro is its 7680fps slow-motion video capability at 720p. While Huawei shared a promo video on the same, a real-life clip has come up that shows the camera prowess. The short clip shows how insanely the 7680fps slow-motion feature is working. A person is throwing a coin up in the air and this is getting recording in slow-motion on Huawei Mate 30 Pro. You could only see the coin flipping in the air in the slow-mo video. The result looks so amazing.

Interestingly, there is no flickering while the coin is getting tossed and no loss in quality even when the video was shot indoor. The short clip was shared on Twitter but originally posted on Weibo.

During the event, Huawei shared footage of a hummingbird in flight where only the wings can be seen flapping slowly. Huawei touts this amazing feature as rethink the slow-mo, which makes sense, considering we are seeing this capability on a smartphone.

Huawei is one of the smartphone manufacturers which offers good quality camera phones and the Mate 30 series is no different. The Mate 30 Pro has some above high-end camera configuration which includes a 40MP Ultra-wide Cine sensor, a 40MP Super-sensing Wide with OIS, 8MP telephoto with OIS, and 3D depth sensor.


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