Huawei Mate 60 Series Redefines Smartphone Lunar Photography

Throughout the past few years, smartphones have made significant improvements in photography. More specifically, we've seen quite a significant upgrade in the long-range capabilities. But when it comes to capturing photos of the moon, the Galaxy S23 Ultra has gained more attention. Well, now, the Mate 60 series has proved that taking good photos of the moon is no longer a special feature.

Huawei Mate 60 Series Surpasses Expectations with Innovative Moon Capture Tech

Recently, China celebrated the Mid-Autumn Festival. This event took place during a rare celestial event featuring a “supermoon” in the sky. This rare event provided excellent weather and sky conditions for moon-watching. And users of the Huawei Mate 60 series made the most out of the event.

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Users in China started sharing photos of the moon they took with their smartphones. But among all, the pictures taken by the Mate 60 series stood out the most. And when the moon photos of the lineup started to stand, it was time to take a closer look into the camera tech that the lineup comes with.

Huawei Mate 60 Moon Image

As you can see from the picture I've attached above, the Huawei Mate 60 series can adjust the camera exposure well. Huawei's algorithm makes the moon get proper clarity in the foreground. The background is well-detailed and has minimal noise.

This improvement is likely due to the patent that Huawei secured last year. And if you're unaware, the patent is about using a specialized method for moon photography. The patented method makes the device capable of identifying the moon with higher efficiency.

It also makes the Mate 60 series phones optimize the focus for a clear outline and capture many frames with different exposures. After that, the algorithm combines all the frames. That gives you a well-defined, outlined moon photo set against a clear, bright background.

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