Huawei Mate 50 series is touching new heights and the device has started approaching a new destination. As the Huawei Mate 50 models are now inducted into the Chinese museum, to glorify their achievements.
According to the latest reports, the authorized persons of the Chinese museum have collected Huawei Mate 50 Pro to showcase its importance in the real world. Further, the museum has placed the handset on the display stand with a short note that reads:
“The first mobile phone to support short message satellite communication service with Beidou-3.”
Alongside this, the respective note describes how users can take benefit from the satellite communication service when stuck in a low-network area and can send geographic location and emergency information in seconds.
The report reveals some more tweaks in this aspect. Apart from Mate 50 Pro, other members of the Mate 50 series and some Huawei 4G models can also take place in the museum.
Consequently, this gives the idea that irrespective of the supply chain problems, shortage in production, and high rates, the Huawei Mate 50 series continues to rule over the smartphone market.
Kirin Chipsets shares the same stage!
Previously, we reported that the historical museum added Kirin 980 and some other processors to uplift the importance of these elements in the market. At that moment, the museum marked these chipsets as the evolution of China.
Following the lead, the Mate 50 series has also become a part of this glory. And why not, the phone carries some effective and first-ever features. Besides, every function of the device is meaningful and offers the utmost level of user experience.
Mate 50 series
Huawei Mate 50 series is the best smartphone product of the company to date. The latest model equips a 6.74-inch OLED panel and is powered by the high-end Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset.
Addressing the camera features, it brings the XMAGE imaging technology that provides a new definition to photography. With a 50MP ultra aperture main camera, the phone delivers a detailed and vibrant look to the images.
Another significant addition is the Kunlun glass that shields the device 10 times better than any other protective barrier. With such outstanding traits and characteristics, there is no doubt why the device has received the honor to stand up in the museum.