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Huawei Kirin 990 SoC to support 4K 60fps recording; Mate X to feature it

19 August 2019 0

Huawei is bringing some new features via the Mate 30 series with the help of the upcoming Kirin 990 chipset. One of the features that the Kirin 990 SoC is enabling has been confirmed via Neowin. It’s the ability to record videos in 4K 60fps and it’s finally debuting with the Mate 30 series. This means you’ll no longer have to manually choose between a high-resolution and a high-frame-rate.

The 4K 60fps is something that camera-centric smartphones have had for a couple of years now. Huawei is one of those companies which also focus on delivering the premium camera quality but it lacked this feature. This dearth was even more prominent because its competitors started providing the feature to the users a long time back. Apple started it first with its iPhone 8 series and later on, Qualcomm brought the ability via its Snapdragon 845 processor.

The tech site Neowin claims to have been to Shenzhen where it managed to bring out some key information on Huawei’s plans. Another important revelation is that the Mate X will also feature the latest Kirin 990 processor. The tech site has even done a hands-on with the foldable device. According to the site, the device will feature P30 Pro's like 40MP RYYB camera sensor.

According to a recent report, the Huawei Mate X foldable phone isn’t coming until November. According to Huawei, the Mate X is still not ready for launch.

The Kirin 990 SoC is said to have been manufactured using the 7nm processing node and will come with Balong 5000 5G modem that will offer 5G support. The Mate 30 series is expected to launch on September 19th.



Huawei Kirin 990 SoC to support 4K 60fps recording; Mate X to feature it
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