It was reported that Huawei Mate 50 will be the first Mate series device that will not meet its launch date this year, due to different reasons that are related to Huawei’s current supply chain and components stock.
If so, it will be the first time when Huawei will skip the Mate device launch in the second half since 2013, the establishment year of the Mate series.
In midst of this report, a well-known Weibo tipster – PictureFan has some new information on this matter. The tipster says that Huawei has enough time to introduce the Mate 50 this year because there is still some gap following the launch of the Huawei P50.
In other words, there’s still a chance for Huawei to unveil the Mate 50 series and the tipster elaborates that the company has not made any internal decisions to postpone this flagship device. The decision on the launch of the Mate 50 is still looming because of the confusion, yet the Chinese tech maker still thinking that “as long as it can release, the product would definitely meet the consumers”.
Everyone is worried about the launch delay but Huawei will do try hard to get the Huawei Mate 50 this year and there’s no temporary stoppage on this discussion at the moment, noted the tipster.
Shortage of components:
Huawei has been placed under the U.S. Entity List in 2019, since then the company is facing hurdles in acquiring the required components to build new products. In the last rounds of U.S. sanctions, Huawei had to stop making new Kirin chipsets, which affected greatly on smartphone business, as the company can no longer build flagship chipsets for its flagship smartphones.
Yet, Huawei P50 is already confirmed for the launch but there’s no launch date decided on this matter. On the other hand, Huawei is still working to improve its supply chain links and reestablish them for future products.
(Source – Weibo)
New Huawei Mate phone will launch next year in the global market
Derek Yu, President of Huawei CB for Central and Eastern Europe, Northern Canada & Turkey confirmed that Huawei will launch a new Mate phone next year (2022). This is quite a huge confirmation as all of the consumers are wondering, what Huawei has to offer this year in the Mate segment.
The question took place after several reports hint that Huawei has dropped plans to release the Mate 50 series this year due to U.S. sanctions and their effect in terms of supply chain as well as a shortage of components. Therefore, Huawei is facing hard time in producing new smartphones.
However, there are also some inputs that reveal the phone maker has been trying hard to resolve such component shortage issues and overcome the current challenges. That’s why Huawei has delayed the current launch plans for the new Mate 50 series and delayed it until 2022.
Meanwhile, the Chinese tech maker as a new model that may unveil this month in China as Huawei Mate V, it’s another foldable phone but with a new clamshell design. This new Mate phone will resemble the same old flip phone era and bring you a new kind of user experience.
Still, Huawei has not confirmed any such launch but there are sources that suggest the launch could be imminent. Furthermore, Huawei is likely to reveal more of the detail of its current situation among the global consumers at the event.
There’s more that is needs to be confirmed on this matter, until then we’ll keep you posted.
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New Huawei phone (BAL-AL00) certified with 40W super fast charging
Huawei has recently certified a new phone with the BAL-AL00 model with China’s compulsory 3C quality certification. Currently, the identity of this phone remained unidentified and there’s more that is yet to be known.
According to the listing, the Huawei BAL-AL00 supports the HW-100400C02 charger with 5VDC, 2A, 9VDC,2a, and 10VDC, 4A MAX power output. These outputs were confirmed as 10W, 18W, and 40W respectively for the certified device.
Previous information shows that Huawei already has a device from the Mate 10 series with this model. However, since it’s a new device, it must have to be special if it’s adopting this model number.
Aside from this information, the listing reveals that the new 4G Huawei phone only has 4G connectivity, which simply means no 5G for the time being.
We’ll keep you posted on further information so, stay connected.
(via – ithome)