A new Huawei Mate phone (NOH-AN50) with 5G and HarmonyOS certified
A new Huawei phone with model number NOH-AN50 has been certified with Telecommunication Equipment’s Network Access Managements (TENAA) in China. According to the listing, the phone has a model number that belongs to the Mate 40 series and in a precise manner, it could be called a sibling of Mate 40 Pro.
The certificate reveals that the Huawei NOH-AN50 has 5G network access for faster internet connectivity, which is quite surprising since Huawei cannot use 5G components. On the other hand, the NOH-AN50 comes with a pre-installed HarmonyOS operating system.
Up until the launch of the Huawei P40 series, Huawei has been facing issues in launching new smartphones without 5G components. Therefore, it’s surprising to see Huawei certifying a new product.
HarmonyOS is a new operating system that comes with a number of new features that enhance the overall user experience compared to EMUI software. These new changes reflect on the user interface and enable a fast performance.
Is this Mate 50:
Probably not, because Huawei could launch the Mate 50 series in early 2022. However, an exact date is yet to be announced. However, there’s more that we need to learn on this matter.
Huawei Mate 40 Pro:
Since Huawei Mate 40 Pro has already been launched, you can check all of the specifications detailed below.
- The smartphone features a 6.76 OLED pilled shaped display
- The display screen has 2772×1344p resolution with a 90Hz high refresh rate
- It is powered by HarmonyOS 2 with Kirin 9000 chipset
- The quad rear camera consists of a 50MP primary, 20MP wide-angle, 12MP superzoom, 3D depth-sensing lens
- This phone has a dual-camera including a 13MP wide-angle and 3D depth-sensing lens
- It packs a 4400mAh battery with 66W wired and 50W wireless charging support
- This smartphone supports Bluetooth 5.2, WiFi 6+, and NFC connectivity