Huawei is set to unleash the Mate 50 series on September 6 and the Chinese tech maker is bringing a number of new technologies to the camera section this time. Yes, the camera has been the dominant part of Huawei smartphones over the past years, that’s how others have copied it to bring them on their devices.
According to the information coming from a Weibo tipster, the Huawei Mate 50 series will come with a 60fps video recording at 4k resolution. On the other hand, the Huawei Mate 50 RS Porsche Design will boast an HDR vivid recording feature for the consumer.
Huawei Mate 40 series has also been featured with 60fps 4k video recording but the company may further improve the colors and the smoothness while operating at 4K mode. However, bringing the HDR vivid mode to smartphones is something completely different and exciting.
First, let’s talk about HDR
“HDR stands for high dynamic range. Put simply, it’s the range of light and dark tones in your photos. The human eye has a very high dynamic range — which is why we can see details in both shadows and highlights. It can be difficult for cameras to catch the same amount of details because their ranges are slightly smaller.” (via adobe)
Nowadays, HDR cameras have now become more common among smartphones.
Now come to HDR Vivid:
Last year, China UHD Video Industry Alliance (CUVA) launched China’s first ever high dynamic range video standard – HDR Vivid. This video standard covers the key value chain of HDR standards including ultra high definition video capture and production, encoding and transmission, and display.
Compared with traditional technologies, HDR Vivid features increased contrasts, while also offering 3D display capabilities, enabling users to view real images in more brilliant hues, with high quality in dark environments, and more accuracy in bright environments.
Also, HDR Vivid creates images that look more real and authentic than those under HDR. HDR Vivid harnesses extended reality (XR), to transcend the limitations of time and space, rendering anytime, anywhere audiovisuals.
Huawei has already used HDR vivid display in its smart TVs but the company is now bringing it to the flaghip devices, which is a technology that will make a difference.
Huawei Mate 50 with HDR Vivid:
Yes, the tech may not come to the standard model but it’s interesting to see what HDR vivid recording makes difference as compared to the regular HDR recording mode.
Huawei launched smartphone broken screen offline services
Two weeks ago, the official Chinese online Huawei store, Vmall launched a new broken smartphone screen service for consumers. Now, a similar screen-broken service has been started by Huawei smartphone owners offline.
The latest Huawei broken screen offline service is a two-year broken screen service treasure, which starts at 239 yuan. The products cover smartphones and tablets.
These include Huawei Enjoy 20e, Huawei Enjoy 50, Huawei nova 10 and Nova 9 series, Huawei P50 series, Huawei Mate 50 series, Mate 40 Pro+, Huawei MatePad series as well as some MateBook E models.
After purchasing the broken screen service treasure, under normal use of Huawei equipment, if the screen is broken, cracked, or malfunctioned due to accidental collision, drop, or extrusion, the original screen components can be replaced for free once during the service period.
Additionally, the purchase of the Huawei Broken Screen Service Package (two-year period) will give Huawei Extended Service Package (one-year period) as a gift.
Huawei Extended Service Package (one-year period) is based on the standard warranty service period of the equipment. Meanwhile, the warranty service of the mainframe of the equipment The term is extended by one year.
During the normal use of the main unit of the equipment, if there is a performance failure that is not caused by man-made damage, it can be replaced for free. To be mentioned, the new screen replacement offer is only supported by offline stores and retailers in China.
(via – ithome)
Huawei Mate X3 sample version begins to rollout, launching soon
A Weibo tipster, Wangzai Knows reveals that the mass-produced sample version of the Huawei Mate X3 foldable phone started to rollout for retailers and smartphone sellers. It’s a good sign of progress and shows that we’ll soon witness the launch of the Huawei Mate X3.
That’s not it, the tipster also suggests that the Huawei Mate X3 will be a design-efficient smartphone. This means it will be thinner and more durable with a new foldable hinge system. To support consumers, Huawei Mate X3 will have a low price as compared to Mate X2.
Since it’s a flagship phone and Huawei is keen on using Qualcomm chipsets, the Mate X3 could use Snapdragon 8+. Still, it will only support 4G network access with an inward folding design.
These are a lot of inputs and the specifications will appear as soon as it reaches the launch date. In the meantime, let’s look into the Huawei Mate X2 and learn more about what we’ve.
Huawei Mate X2:
Huawei Mate X2 comes with a dual-screen design. There is an 8-inch main display with 16.7 million colors, a 90Hz refresh rate, a 180Hz touch sampling rate, and 2480 x 2200 pixels.
Once folded, the phone operates via the exterior screen of 6.45 inches, 90Hz refresh rate, 240Hz touch sampling, and 2700 x 1160 pixels resolution.
During the Mate X2 launch, Huawei stocked sufficient Kirin 9000 chipsets. However, the phone is currently ruled out of the online stores and solely going through offline Huawei experience stores.
It is a powerful phone with a quad rear camera system. Including a 50 MP Ultra Vision Camera (Wide Angle, f/1.9 aperture, OIS), 16 MP Cine Camera (Ultra-Wide Angle, f/2.2 aperture), 12 MP Telephoto Camera (3x Optical Zoom, f/2.4 aperture, OIS), and 8 MP SuperZoom Camera (10x Optical Zoom, f/4.4 aperture, OIS), support AF.
Huawei Mate X2 brings a high-resolution front-facing camera of 16 megapixels of f/2.2 aperture. On the other hand, this foldable device packs a 4500mAh battery that could recharge with a 66W super charger.
(source – Weibo)
Huawei Nova 10 series is now available nationwide in Malaysia
Huawei Nova 10 series is now available to purchase nationwide in Malaysia. Here is your chance to buy the ultimate smartphone models at effective pricing along with a handful of surprises and rewards.
With the onset of this month, Huawei launched the Nova 10 series models in Malaysia. Besides the Nova handsets, the tech maker has also released excellent Mate 50 smartphones and the Watch GT 3 SE.
As of now, Huawei Malaysia has availed the Nova 10 series for its users nationwide. Hence, you can purchase the handset from official Huawei online stores or your nearest Huawei store.
Interestingly, the purchase procedure is just not a buying and selling thing but carries several rewards for users. Eventually, you will get a bunch of exciting HMS facilities worth RM100 with your favorite Nova 10 handset.
- Huawei Mobile Cloud Storage 50GB free for 3 months
- Huawei Video + VIP membership and 2 Huawei Video Movie Pass
- Mango TV 1-month subscription
- Huawei Music Premium for 3 months
- Book credits (RM 400 vouchers)
On the other hand, you can also gain some additional Huawei Care packages with any of the Nova 10 models. However, you need to pay a tiny amount to access the extra benefits.
Check the price details and extra bundles here:
- Price: RM 2199 or RM 183.25 for 12 months
- Additional Bundle:
- Huawei Care 1-Year Extended Warranty – RM 55
- Huawei Care Screen Protection – RM 126
- Price: RM2599 or RM 216.58 for 12 months
- Additional Bundle:
- Huawei Care 1-Year Extended Warranty – RM 119
- Huawei Care Screen Protection – RM 198
- Price: RM 1499 or RM 124.92 for 12 months
- Additional Bundle:
- Huawei Care 1-Year Extended Warranty – RM 39
- Huawei Care Screen Protection – RM 78
The Nova 10 series is well-known for its robust battery functions and powerful yet stylish structure. So, this is the right moment to have the perfect model in your hands. Tap on the devices, to visit the online shopping page.