The battle against covid-19 continues and technology is very present to bring us closer to the final victory. Individual protection or social distance are our best weapons, but of course temperature control is also, as the first symptom that should put us on alert. Now, news comes to us from China stating that the next Huawei Mate 40 could integrate a temperature meter as standard.
The present 2020 is a year to forget, but we can hardly do it given the circumstances and how bad we are going through due to the covid-19 pandemic. However, the pace of launches of the manufacturers does not stop and the main ones have already presented their bets to end the year. However, Huawei has yet to go on stage, which will do so with the Mate 40 family, emerging as the best in its history and which will be accompanied by interesting news.
With built-in thermometer
During the last weeks we are hearing rumors about the possible hardware of the Mate 40 or Mate 40 Pro, including its cameras or processor. However, the news that now comes from the Chinese social network Weibo and collected by Huawei Central, ensure that at least one of the Mate 40 will integrate an infrared temperature measurement sensor, to measure the temperature of people as well as objects. .
According to the source of the leak, the sensor will be used pointing at the person and keeping the sensor at a distance of 50 centimeters until the readings are received, that is, in the style of electronic thermometers that we all know. The leak refers to the integration of this function in the Mate 40 RS, but since it is a special edition, it should be something common at least to the Mate 40 Pro + or Mate 40 Pro. It must be remembered that this function is not exactly new in the industry, as Huawei’s Honor Play 4 Pro integrated a similar sensor when it was launched in China in June this year.
A long-awaited family
The Huawei Mate 40 are possibly the last great range of high-end smartphones that remain to be seen in 2020. The terminals are generating great interest as they represent the immediate future of Huawei’s mobile division and how they will continue to deal in western markets without it. support of Google Services. The official presentation of the Mate 40 range is set for next October 23.