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TD Tech launches Huawei P50 replica with 5G

Huawei is set to unleash the Mate 50 series on September 6 and the Chinese tech maker is bringing a number of new technologies to the camera section this time. Yes, the camera has been the dominant part of Huawei smartphones over the past years, that’s how others have copied it to bring them on their devices.

According to the information coming from a Weibo tipster, the Huawei Mate 50 series will come with a 60fps video recording at 4k resolution. On the other hand, the Huawei Mate 50 RS Porsche Design will boast an HDR vivid recording feature for the consumer.

Huawei Mate 40 series has also been featured with 60fps 4k video recording but the company may further improve the colors and the smoothness while operating at 4K mode. However, bringing the HDR vivid mode to smartphones is something completely different and exciting.

How?

First, let’s talk about HDR

“HDR stands for high dynamic range. Put simply, it’s the range of light and dark tones in your photos. The human eye has a very high dynamic range — which is why we can see details in both shadows and highlights. It can be difficult for cameras to catch the same amount of details because their ranges are slightly smaller.” (via adobe)

Nowadays, HDR cameras have now become more common among smartphones.

Now come to HDR Vivid:

Last year, China UHD Video Industry Alliance (CUVA) launched China’s first ever high dynamic range video standard – HDR Vivid. This video standard covers the key value chain of HDR standards including ultra high definition video capture and production, encoding and transmission, and display.

Compared with traditional technologies, HDR Vivid features increased contrasts, while also offering 3D display capabilities, enabling users to view real images in more brilliant hues, with high quality in dark environments, and more accuracy in bright environments.

Also, HDR Vivid creates images that look more real and authentic than those under HDR. HDR Vivid harnesses extended reality (XR), to transcend the limitations of time and space, rendering anytime, anywhere audiovisuals.

Huawei has already used HDR vivid display in its smart TVs but the company is now bringing it to the flaghip devices, which is a technology that will make a difference.

Huawei Mate 50 with HDR Vivid:

Yes, the tech may not come to the standard model but it’s interesting to see what HDR vivid recording makes difference as compared to the regular HDR recording fashion.

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