Penta rear camera set up, Huawei Mate 40 pro design reveals


Giant in the smartphone market, Huawei is coming with something very exciting for its users. A recent patent design which is related to Huawei Mate 40 Pro, is suggesting that the device will come up with 5 cameras rear setup.

The eminent Chinese company has filed the patent in Germany which gives us the idea about the Penta rear camera setup the brand is coming with. The patent also suggests that the company might also come with as much as 8 cameras in this flagship device.

This Penta rear camera setup Mate 40 series is an upcoming flagship device which is expected to be launched in the last quarter this year.No major changes can be expected from this device as compare to its predecessor Mate 30 series apart from an additional imaging sensor.

As stated earlier, Penta rear camera means that this flagship device will have 5 rear cameras and 3 front cameras which sums up to 8 imaging sensors in a single device, sounds crazy right.

One thing to be kept on mind that this multiple camera setup is not new, but Huawei has bravely stepped up to innovate in this field and take the first mover advantage. The patent has been done by Chinese company with a German patent agency but the patent doesn’t give us clear idea about the specs and design of this Penta rear camera setup device.


No confirmation has yet came from the official channel of the company but the earlier appearance of patent suggests that possibly it could be Mate 40 series.

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