Today is more virtuous than a regular phone launch. The past time has been undoubtedly challenging for Huawei still the company continually giving us amazing services and products to satisfy our deeds.
In this line, Huawei launched new phones in the offline store with reduced price instead of the inbox charging head. The company released four new variants of Huawei Mate X2, Mate 40, Nova 8, and Nova 8 Pro in the offline store from today onwards.
All variants didn’t include the charging adapter but come with a reduced price of 200 Yuan. It seems that all the above-mentioned products are only available in the offline stores for this instance instead of being registered online.
To be mentioned, the consumers can still purchase the 66W Huawei super-fast charger separately at 199 Yuan, which is a good balance, even the package didn’t contain the inbox charger.
As of now, the products are available in the offline stores, but it’s not certain yet that the company will also introduce them in the online stores.
Pre-order of Huawei Mate 50 and 50 Pro in Saudi Arabia starting on December 16th
Huawei today confirmed that the latest flagship, Mate 50, and Mate 50 will open for pre-order in Saudi Arabia on December 16th. Huawei Saudi Arabia announced this information via its social media handles and there are a number of new gifts that you should know about along with its actual pre-order pricing for Huawei Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro devices.
Huawei Mate 50 Pro Kunlun Glass Edition will start from AED 3999 In Black and Silver colors (8GB + 256GB memory). However, the orange vegan leather version will cost you more at AED 4299 (8GB + 512GB). On the other hand, Huawei Mate 50 will have a price tag of AED 3399.
Meanwhile, you will get a freebie bag worth AED 1230. This includes a Huawei Watch GT 3 SE Graphite Black (worth AED 699) for free, Huawei 3 months extension warranty service-F (worth AED 49), and Huawei Extended Warranty Service-F (with AED 199). Furthermore, there’s a Petal One Music+Video+Cloud Free VIP Subscriptions (worth AED 284), and there’s also a 12 months extension warranty service-extra (worth AED 199).
Huawei Mate 50 series:
Huawei Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro are the best crafted smartphone in the global market. These phones offers immense camera capabilities powered by the XMGE camera system.
On the other hand, the global version runs EMUI 13 pre-installed, while the Chinese version has HarmonyOS 3. However, there’s a lot that you can learn about Huawei Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro.
Check out the article linked below.
Huawei Mate 50 Pro Carbon Black Vegan Leather launching soon [Updated]
Update: December 8, 2022: Huawei has officially confirmed that Huawei Mate 50 Pro Carbon Black Vegan Leather Kunlun Glass version will be available from December 10 in Malaysia.
The all-new #HUAWEIMate50Pro Kunlun Glass Edition in Carbon Black Vegan Leather and Silver is priced at RM4,899 with RM300* worth of rewards.
Available for purchase from 10 December 2022 onwards.🔎 https://t.co/nokyTBWtEh
*T&Cs Apply. While stock last. pic.twitter.com/VS7EcrYufX
— Huawei Mobile MY (@HuaweiMobileMY) December 7, 2022
Original Story: December 5, 2022
Huawei Mate 50 Pro Carbon Black Vegan Leather version with Kunlun Glass will launch soon in the global market. It’ll be the first time when Huawei will greet this phone in the market outside of China.
As for now, Huawei is marketing this new color version in Malaysia. As Huawei Mate 50 Pro is already available in Black and Silver colors for the 8GB+256GB version. On the other hand, there’s also an 8+512GB Vegan Leather Orange version of Huawei Mate 50 Pro with Kunlun Glass.
According to the information, Huawei Mate 50 Pro will soon launch an 8GB+256GB Kunlun glass version in Carbon Black version with a Vegan Leather rear finish. Along with that, Huawei will also greet, and debut the silver-colored Kunlun glass variant of Mate 50 Pro for Malaysian users.
We also want to clarify that Huawei Mate 50 Pro is already on sale with a regular black variant for global users. However, Carbon Black version is available only to a few markets including China.
Meanwhile, we’ll have to confirm whether Huawei will expand this variant to more countries.
Huawei Mate 50 Pro:
Huawei Mate 50 Pro features a 6.74-inch OLED display with up to 120 Hz refresh rate, 1440 Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, and 300 Hz touch sampling rate for a better touch screen user experience.
This flaghip is packed with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 4G chipset with octa-core architecture (Octa-core, 1 × Cortex-X2 at 3.2 GHz + 3 × Cortex-A710 at 2.75 GHz + 4 × Cortex-A510 at 2.0 GHz). There is Adreno GPU and 7th Gen Qualcomm AI Engine.
The rear camera system consists of a 50 MP Ultra Aperture Camera (F1.4 – F4.0 aperture, OIS), 13 MP Ultra-Wide Angle Camera (F2.2 aperture), 64 MP Telephoto Camera (F3.5 aperture, OIS), and there’s also later sensor for improved bokeh shot.
The front camera has a 13 MP Ultra-Wide Angle Camera (F2.4) + 3D Depth Sensing camera inside that wide notch system.
It’ll offer a 4700mAh capacity battery that could recharge with a 66W max charging speed and 50W wireless charging support.
Here are the top 5 Huawei Mate 50 features
Huawei Mate 50 brings eye-catching features to attract consumers. Undoubtedly, huge credit goes to the phone’s hardware and software capabilities. On the other hand, the flagship phone is capable of bringing something to the table that is missing from a flagship.
Today, we are going to look into the dynamic Huawei Mate 50 features that make it an excellent choice for your next phone.
Huawei Mate 50 features
Although Mate 50 series offers plenty but we’ll be targeting 5 for this article:
- Satellite Communication
- Smart Scan Code
- SuperHub Station
- Variable Aperture
- Emergency Battery Mode
Beidou Satellite Communication
Huawei Mate 50 is the first smartphone to carry a satellite communication feature. The company has done seamless work to prepare the phone with such advanced technology. As a result, now you can remain connected to your friends and family even without a network.
How does satellite communication work? The feature facilitates the phone through satellite when local connection services are not available.
You can make calls, and send messages or small texts without stressing about the phone’s network or extra data costs.
Interestingly, you can even send a message to those contacts that do not have this feature in their handset.
Intelligent Scanning Code
Huawei has made this feature a little more advance and efficient for its users. The feature comes along with the HarmonyOS 3 operating system as “intelligent scanning code”.
Unlike traditional scanners, the smart scanning code function is faster and more convenient. To access the feature, you only have to face your Mate 50 rear camera to the QR code. Further, a pop-up box will appear on your screen. Now tap on the QR code icon.
This is a software feature and SuperHub makes it easy for you to share files and fast.
Instead of copy-paste texts or documents, the feature allows you the drag-and-drop gesture (similar to a PC). As a result, you can drag images, texts, and documents from their source to the SuperHub. Thereafter, you can edit and pull out the respective content from the station.
Huawei Mate 50 is powered by XMAGE imaging technology. But another major aspect of the optical camera section is the new variable aperture. Ultimately, the six-blade aperture allows you to maintain the light on the sensor.
Also, you can adjust the camera aperture between f/1.4 and f/4. In comparison to the normal aperture with two stops, Mate 50 powerful aperture exhibits 10 stops and easily adjusts the light exposure.
The aperture plays wonders with the depth of field and background. In other words, you will find better blur effects and highlights in the images. Eventually, the automatic mode and professional mode make the snaps more realistic.
Emergency Battery Mode
This battery mode allows you to enjoy extra three hours of screen time, or 12 minutes on calls, even at 1 percent of battery. Besides, you can flash or turn off the codes 10 times and can scan a code 4 times in the meanwhile.
As soon as the power level reaches 5%, the phone triggers a notification saying “enter an emergency mode in 60 seconds”. This happens as the battery begins activating the preserved cells in the device. Then the entire procedure supplies enough energy that your device can run for more time.
There is still a lot to explore in the Huawei Mate 50 and we expect you to give it a chance.