The Huawei Mate 30 introduced by the end of 2019 introduced a I've never seen a design company phone, outstanding, other than a screen with curves specified on its sides, for a new welcome circular format in its rear rear module, it is surrounded by a ring with a brand name called "Halo Ring".
On the Mate 30, this ring was added that didn't add much to the device beyond aesthetics. However, the company may be the target keep this information for your future flags, and get the most out of it. Or, at least, that's what the company's latest patent filing on the portal suggests. Let's go Digital.
Touch connector around the rear camera
The patent in question was filed by Huawei in mid-2019, but was approved by International Bureau of Intelligence
This way, users can control the device volume or camera zoom speed with the rear ring, something that would be especially useful on a phone like the Huawei Mate 30, with no side-button volume buttons.
On the other hand, thanks to the touch panel attached to the ring itself, it is also possible to get instant data matching Incoming phone information, alarms, or content notifications received, and interact with them even when the cell phone is face-to-face.
While this is a curious idea and more than one might have found it to be used – after all, it's not much different than the base on which the rear screen phones are used -, the fact is that it's not a foolproof system: the installation of the rear panel can force to keep the area around the camera always exposed, even if a security case is used. . In addition, this work will be it really doesn't matter
Thinking that the new Huawei Mate 40 should arrive sometime between September and October of this year, it is not reasonable to assume that this technology may be timely to be available with Huawei's new star telephones in the second half of 2020. At the moment, yes, details about this new generation of the Mate series are still unknown, and I'm afraid that initial clues about the new models will be made to wait a while.
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