Huawei Mate 50 series is slowly nearing its date of launch. Meanwhile, the company is perpetually warming up its hands and making the final strokes on the upcoming device. Giving an idea of what developments are taking place at present, Huawei Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro have qualified for three more certificates.
Yes, you read it right. The standard Huawei Mate 50 and the Pro variant have gained three new certificates regarding some crucial characteristics. Consequently, it looks like, the Chinese manufacturer is putting all its efforts to make the next flagship model one of the best competitors in the smartphone market.
The latest info is surfing on the page of the famous Weibo blogger @DigitalChatStation. According to him, the respective phones have attained these certificates in terms of Safety, Radio Type Approval, and Network Access Permit.
What are these three certificates?
Ahead, the tipster has also explained the following qualifications in a detailed manner:
- 3C Safety Report (CCC): The device gets this certificate from the National Quality Certification Center. This document indicates that the phone is fulfilling all the criteria of the Chinese quality and safety requirements.
- Radio Type Approval Certificate (SRRC): This document certifies that the phone follows all the rules and regulations, issued by the Radio Administration. Further, it must have a radio frequency in a limited range.
- Network Access Permit (CTA): This is a comprehensive performance test, specifically meant for smartphones. It is the last certificate that comes under long-term norms, issued by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
Apart from briefing these certificates, the digital blogster also mentioned some significant additions to the device. As per the reports, the network used by Mate 50 series will comprise 66W quick charging as standard. Besides, the Mate 50 Pro will also consist of new features and will highlight a curved screen design with bangs.
There is still some time left in the release of the Mate 50 series. Till then, let’s see what else we will catch before the official introduction of the new members of the Mate family.
First Huawei Mate 50 Pro sale begins in the global market
Huawei Mate 50 Pro began its first sale in the global market starting in Poland. Yesterday, the company officially listed the phone on the Huawei Poland website and started selling this flagship phone as the first outside of China.
Huawei Mate 50 Pro sale at 5999 PLN (1,246 EUR, 1207 USD) for a 256GB memory version. The cost of the phone could be paid at once or PLN 299.95 in installments for 20 months with zero percent interest.
This flagship comes in three colors – Black, Silver, and Orange. To be mentioned, the black and silver variants have 256GB and the orange one has 512GB of memory priced at 6499 PLN (1350 EUR, 1307 USD).
What will you get?
Huawei is offering one year of extended warranty free (worth PLN 279) and a free FreeBuds Pro 2 earbuds (worth 899 PLN).
The silver Huawei Mate 50 Pro will be shipped after November 16, 2022, and the black or orange version will ship after November 10.
Eligible consumers can win a Scale 3 weight measurement device by adding a review after purchase for just 1PLN. Furthermore, the Huawei Mate 50 Pro purchase will bring you double points, which can be collected and exchanged for discounts on new products. Moreover, This new flagship packs 3 months or 50GB of Huawei cloud services free of cost.
Huawei Mate 50 first global sale:
As of now, Huawei has started selling Mate 50 Pro in Poland but we expect the sale to open in November for other markets including Germany, France, and more.
Huawei Mate 50 Pro specs:
Huawei Mate 50 Pro brings you a powerful camera system that has an XMAGE Ultra aperture 50MP camera with 10 stops of aperture adjustment to take stunning images. A 13MP ultra wide-angle camera is ready to take those wide shots to capture every subject in the scenario. Furthermore, the 64MP telephoto periscope camera will reach your vision to the farthest.
Meanwhile, the Orange version comes with Kunlun Glass for screen quality, as the display measures 6.74 inches with a 120Hz refresh rate. The phone packs a 4700mAh battery with a 66W wired charger and supports 50W superfast wireless charging.
It’s worth noticing that the Huawei Mate 50 Pro global version has EMUI 13, which makes them the first devices to pack with this new software.
(source – Huawei Poland)
Galaxy S23 Ultra renders shows copy paste of S22 Ultra, Well Done Samsung!
The well-known tipster Onleaks has brought in first-ever renders of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra, which is yet to be revealed. However, we should know that Samsung has just copied and pasted the Galaxy S22 Ultra and edited that with a few tweaks to form the S23 Ultra.
Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra renders shows an appearance similar to last year’s S22 Ultra including its dimensions, which according to Smartprix are 163.4 x 78.1 x 8.8mm.
The rear camera is similar to what we have seen in the predecessor. Furthermore, the front display brings you a familiar – top center punch hole to the house a selfie camera.
The tweaks mentioned by the source include a flat-out surface on the left and right sides of the frame. Hence, it’s not as much as round as S22 Ultra. Moreover, the display has fewer curves on both sides as the past version
It’s expected that this device will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, a 200MP camera sensor, and an improved S-Pen. It’s also revealed that the phone may also ship with a charging brick.
That’s not it, Onleaks has previously shared renders of Galaxy S23 (standard), the device resembles the same design as the S22 Ultra on the rear side. Yeah, there are no major changes that have been noted on this phone.
It’s clear that Samsung has the prowess to enrage further into the Android world due to its support. Therefore, It’s trying to follow Apple’s way, and trying to copy and paste its new models similar to iPhones.
On the other hand, Huawei has been continuously embarking new technologies such as variable aperture, better cameras, unique phone designs better software such as HarmonyOS 3.
It’s a difficult task for Samsung and we can understand that.
Huawei removed Leica branding from P50 devices
Huawei P50 series comes with an awesome camera system and brings you better hardware and software camera capability. However, the company has removed Leica camera branding from the recently manufactured Huawei P50 series models.
According to the official listing on Vmall, the company has removed Leica logo branding from Huawei P50, P50 Pro, and P50E smartphones. This could have happened after the cooperation of both companies has expired.
Post-launch, we can see that Huawei P50 devices bring Leica branding below, the dual ring camera system. The font was initially mentioned vertically with various camera values but they were removed in the latest listings.
The latest listing only shows the ‘HUAWEI’ logo on the rear side and the space below the camera remains blank.
Check the image below to identify the changes. The new one is on the left and the right one is old.
Other than, the branding, Huawei has will continue to sell these phones at the same pricing for all three models. Also, these phones will be shipped with a charging set on hand.
- Huawei P50 – 8+128GB version is priced at 4488 yuan, and the store version is limited to 3908 yuan
- Huawei P50 – 8+256GB version is priced at 4988 yuan, and the store is limited to 4408 yuan
- Huawei P50E – 8+128GB version is priced at 4088 yuan, and the store is limited to 3608 yuan
- Huawei P50E – 8+256GB version is priced at 4488 yuan, and the store is limited to 4008 yuan
- Huawei P50 Pro – 8+128GB version is priced at 5,488 yuan, and the store is limited to 5,358 yuan
- Huawei P50 Pro – 8+256GB version is priced at 5988 yuan, and the store is limited to 5858 yuan
Huawei P50 series:
Huawei P50 series brings a dual ring camera design and looks very good in the new tea gold color. On the other hand, it’s packed with HarmonyOS 2 and upgradable to HarmonyOS 3. For global users, it has been sold with EMUI 12.
The phone lineup is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset and featured 8GB of RAM.
It’s not confirmed but reports suggest that Huawei could launch an XMAGE version of the Huawei P50 Pro that will boast new picture quality in photography.