- The display of Huawei Mate 50 will be curved and display size lies between 6.28″-6.38″ OLED display.
- Huawei Mate 50 Series cameras haven’t been powered by Leica branding.
- Huawei Mate 50 Series will be run over Harmony OS 3.0.
Before the US ban, Huawei usually launched two flagship phone series a year, a “P series” and a “Mate series”. The “P Series” which is originally a camera-centric smartphone, used customised Sony sensors and Leica lenses and provided rich features through software. According to DxO (which scores mobile cameras by testing), the “Huawei P series” is always on top of the list in whichever year it had launched. Even the Huawei P50 Pro which is launched after the ban has the highest score in the camera according to DxO. All praise goes to the Huawei team because even without the customised Sony sensor or Sony sensor and Leica lens, the Huawei P50 Pro got the highest camera score, and it’s still on the top.
The “Mate series” has always been a true all-rounder flagship phone, with a flagship camera, a flagship processor, and more and this phone directly compete with Apple and Samsung flagship and give tough time. This series has always come with breakthrough innovations like wireless reverse charging, anti-distortion lens, waterfall display, and more.
Then came 2019, the year that might never be forgotten by Huawei and its aficionadi, that year everything started going wrong for Huawei and Huawei’s downfall began. Thanks to the Huawei ban, the company has fallen out of favour in the smartphone industry. After briefly hitting the top slot of worldwide manufacturers in 2020, the company has dropped so far down the list that it’s not even in the top five anymore. Instead of launching two flagship phones in a year, Huawei only launched one series in 2021 because of the lack of chipsets, sensors, lenses, and more. Huawei had to launch Huawei P50 Series last year and this year Huawei will launch Huawei Mate 50 Series.
Here we bring you the very first look of Huawei Mate 50. This year Huawei will bring Huawei Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro. Ever since the iPhone 12 launched with smaller display size, other brands have started doing the same. Recently we saw, Xiaomi 12X had launched with a 6.28-inch display and the same thing Huawei will do with its Mate 50. Huawei Mate 50 display size will be between 6.28 inches to 6.38 inches with an OLED display. The display to be used will be supplied BOE with a Honeycomb arrangement. To make a device more effective, the display will be slightly curved with FHD resolution and LTPO.
In terms of design, we suggest you do not expect some big changes. The design is inspired by its last generation. At the rear, there is a ring-shaped design camera section that will look familiar, while at the front, a centered punch-hole display.
The Mate 50 will feature a triple camera setup at the rear and a single camera option for selfies which will be placed at centred hole punch. The Mate 50 will have a primary camera, a wide-angle camera and a periscope lens with 5X optical zoom. From now on, no Huawei phone will launch with a Leica branding camera, as you probably didn’t know that the collaboration between Leica and Huawei is over. We will see very soon Leica branding camera on other phones. This year no Huawei phone has 10X optical zoom.
The testing model of Huawei Mate 50 has both Kirin 9000 5G and Snapdragon 8 Gen1 4G. The one thing that is confirmed is that Huawei Mate 50 will definitely be equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen1 4G.
A big question will it not be available in the 5G model?
According to the analysis of the core time and space blog post by Electronic Innovation Network CEO Zhang Guobin, Huawei Mate 50 series will support 5G. It’ll be using 14nm indigenously developed RF chips. Only Kirin 9000 model will support 5G. On the other hand, Shenzhen Fuman Microelectronics Co., Ltd. announced that it has successfully mass-produced 5G radio frequency chips that can be used in mobile phones. In addition, some other Chinese companies such as Zhuosheng Microelectronics, Weir Shares, Suzhou Hantianxia, Sanan Integration, and Kaiyuan Communication are also actively developing In the RF chip market, Zhuosheng Micro is the fifth largest RF switch company in the world, with a market share of 5%. Therefore, the final decision will be taken by Huawei whether to offer 5G or not. The 5G decision will also depend on how much Kirin chipset Huawei currently has.
Recently, Huawei launch Huawei P50 Pro in Malaysia but it’s not whether it runs on Harmony OS or Android. But the Huawei Mate 50 Series will over Harmony OS 3.0 The officially confirmed Huawei Mate 50 series will be accompanied by a global launch of Harmony OS.
LAUNCH DATE AND AVAILABILITY
Derek Yu, President of Huawei Consumer Business Central, confirmed that the Huawei Mate 50 series will be unveiled in 2022. Further, he also confirmed that the launch via global press conference, and will be equipped with Harmony OS. Huawei Mate 50 lunch is expected in either June or July.
Note:- The render is based on a tip from some of our trusted sources. We aren’t confirming that this is a final design but the overall design will be exactly like this with few changes.