Since the introduction of Huawei Mate 30 Pro is no longer two days, so begins to appear more and more information about its functionality. Despite the fact that this device may not reach Slovakia (at least not officially), it is good to see what a big company like Huawei has been working on.
The Chinese website ITHome, which was later cited by XDA-Developers and Android Authority, was released. The crazy slow-mo mode report on the Mate 30 Pro comes from the stand designed specifically for exposed by Mate 30 Pro. There are several major functions listed on the stand.
One of the most interesting pieces of information is the mention of 7,680 FPS mode when shooting a video, which is 8 times of what other flagships currently offer (960 FPS).
How did Huawei succeed?
To make 960 FPS videos used by manufacturers dedicated, dedicated memory (DRAM) to record slow motion video or photos. It is located directly on the sensor. However, not all companies use this technique. Xiaomi and Huawei decided to go via interpolation, which means they're adding to the slow motion video duplicated frames, which literally doubles the length of the shot.
currently it is not clear whether the Huawei Mate 30 Pro has much more dedicated memory that would be able to record such crazy snapshots or whether it went again by interpolation (our tip). At the same time, there is nothing certain. We will not know whether the function really comes up during the performance.
We have already discussed the rest of Huawei Mate 30 Pro in separate articles several times. You can read the latest of them on this link.