The Huawei Mate 30 Pro was officially unveiled yesterday and much has been said about the absence of Google services. However, there are other highlights of this equipment, namely its new "waterfall screen".
With such curved sides as the Mate 30 Pro's, the question arises of the ability of the device to distinguish between intentional and accidental touches. The explanation for this comes from the company's vice president, saying that the smartphone screen is divided into three parts.
According to Li Xiaolong, the non-curved part of the screen is one of its parts, with the curvatures representing the remaining two. Therefore, the sides of the screen will only work when defined commands are played.
By way of example, to awaken the volume control of the Mate 30 Pro you will need to double click on one side. If you only touch this part of the screen once, nothing will happen.
After all what is the "waterfall screen" of the Huawei Mate 30 Pro?
This screen has been dubbed Chinese technological skin as the "horizon screen". Basically, we are talking about a curved side screen with an angle of 88º. This causes the screen to extend to the Huawei Mate 30 Pro frame, surpassing the curvature you can see in the Mate 20 Pro.
This aesthetic option, in addition to giving it a distinctive look, has allowed the Chinese to give new options to its new high-end. The example provided by the technology was the volume control through the sides of the screen, thus eliminating the presence of physical volume selector buttons.
In addition, this "waterfall screen" provides extra controls for games or even the camera's camera shutter button. It would be interesting if Huawei enabled developers to create application-specific shortcuts on this part of the screen.
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