Huawei Mate 50 series is in our midst and now the consumers are waiting to grab the iconic device in their hands. While the report suggests that Huawei Mate 50 sale happening will take place on September 21, a new leak coming from Weibo hints that the 5G phone cases for the respective handsets will also be available at the same time.
Yes, it seems like we don’t have to wait much for the Huawei Mate 50 5G phone cases. As soon as the device will touch the sale date, it will appear with the most awaited 5G cases that will bring immense benefits to the advanced network.
The details get clearance from the post of the Weibo blogger @DigitalChatStation. In his post, the tipster states that the Mate 50 series 5G phone cases will release simultaneously. Besides, he also gave a clue on the price of the cases.
According to the information, the Mate 50 series 5G cases will carry a price badge of 799 yuan [114.41 USD]. If we are correct, then the price is identical to the P50 Pro cases. Thus, we could find the new Mate 50 cases with similar qualities as the P50 Pro ones.
Huawei P50 Pro 5G Cases
The P50 Pro cases support the Unicom+ and can extend up to the Telecom network. It appears with the main card and an eSIM. Alongside, it supports 66W super-fast charging operations and adopts a 5G modem that uplifts the network level from 4G to 5G.
If we talk about the overall dimensions, then these cases weigh only about 52g and have a density of 3.2mm. Thus, we can assume that at some point, the 5G cases for the Huawei Mate 50 series will exhibit the same attributes with a sleek and stylish layout.
New 5G Phone?
It’s worth mentioning that the digital blogger has also mentioned some tweaks regarding a new 5G-oriented Huawei handset. The tipster stated that if you want to integrate 5G, you can wait for Huawei to bring a new phone with a 5G version, equipped with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1.
Consequently, this rings the mind towards some new tugs that we could see in the future. Is Huawei planning to bring a new 5G phone with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1? Or is it just a phrase in the air? Let’s take a deep breath and wait for the company to bring some light to the statement.