Today, a video teaser of the upcoming Huawei P40 series appeared online, showing the four-sided curved edge display design from left to right and also from top to bottom.
However, the curves on the top and the bottom seems small compared to edges on the left and right side. A similar change in the display is also noted in the previous render leak and Onleaks’ CAD design.
The teaser also gave a frame to the camera lens but only a sneak of it shown in the video. Since it’s a very short teaser, there’ not much to be explored.
It’s expected that Huawei will soon publish this video via official channels and more video teaser will be coming soon, as we move towards the launch date.
Huawei P40 series will launch on March 26 in Paris, France.
— Yash Raj Chaudhary (@hereYashRaj) March 11, 2020
Huawei Mate 40 series models listed back on website
Huawei and its work related to the development of Mate 50 devices is still in progress. New leaks and rumors describe how the upcoming series will be a legend in the smartphone market. Yet, the company doesn’t want anyone to forget about the older devices and has once again listed the Huawei Mate 40 series on its official website.
So far, the Chinese manufacturer has removed the high-end Huawei Mate 40 lineup from its rack, but now they are again available on the main Vmall website. Interested users can take advantage of this moment to grab the high-profiled handset.
However, one must note that instead of the entire Mate 40 series, only some specific models are available on the website. For instance, the standard Mate 40, Mate 40 Pro, and Mate 40 Pro 5G. Surprisingly, the cost of these models are starting from 5499 yuan [807.86 USD].
The standard model carries a price tag of 5499 yuan [808.26 USD]. Besides, the Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 Pro 5G are accessible at 6099 yuan [896.45 USD] and 5499 yuan respectively.
For this moment, the above-mentioned models do not avail for the sale purpose. Probably, we might find them by the dusk of this day. In the meantime, let’s explore what traits the Mate 40 series bring in its pocket.
Huawei Mate 40 series – Dynamic Processors
Although, the Mate 40 members share identical features. Yet the main difference arises in the processors’ aspect. The classic Mate 40 handset equips with a Kirin 9000E chipset. Whereas, the Pro version relies upon the Kirin 9000 processor.
Both the chipset has a slight distinction between them. While the Kirin 9000E stands on 22 cores, the Kirin 9000 chip uses a 24-core version. On the other hand, the Kirin 9000 uses the NPU combination of 2 large cores and 1 microcore. But, Kirin 9000E has the combination of 1 large core and 1 microcore.
But, there is no difference in terms of performance and efficiency among both the tech-pack processors. Alongside, the Mate 40 series brings an amazing lens shutter that uplifts the image quality and brings out the best snapshot outcomes for you.
Huawei Mate 50 devices to equip LTPO 1-120Hz refresh rate, fight on with iPhone promotion
Huawei Mate 50 series is the new star-mark topic to discuss these days. And as we are getting closer to the launch date of the flagship model, more and more rumors are appearing our way. At this point, the new information suggests that Huawei Mate 50 devices is going to equip LTPO 1-120Hz refresh rate and a flexible display panel.
As per the hints of Weibo blogger @DigitalChatStation, Huawei Mate 50 and the Mate 50 Pro devices will use a flexible BOE screen that is supportive of LTPO technology. Besides, it will exhibit an adaptive refresh rate of 1-120Hz.
The tipster also signifies that the new diamond-like high-score display is capable of flourishing a high-frequency dimming of 2160 PWM (Pulse-Width Modulation). Further, the display binds a Q9 substrate that ultimately reduces the power consumption by up to 15 percent over previous generation devices.
On the flip side, the LTPO tech increases the DCI-P3 color gamut to 116%. As a result, the colors and other display contents would be much sharper, and more vibrant than before. Moreover, concerned with how the technologies negatively affect our eyes, this display lessens the harmful blue light up to 6.0 percent, which will be quite efficient for the users.
What is LTPO Screen?
After learning so much about the display of the Mate 50 series, you might be wondering what the LTPO refers to. Well, LTPO stands for low-temperature polycrystalline oxide. In simple words, it is a backplane display tech, used for OLED panels that coherently change their refresh rate without any additional touch-ups.
Fortunately, it is a blessing in the display technology that lets you enable both – a high refresh rate and resolution without consuming much battery of your device.
Huawei Mate 50 with LTPO – a competitor for Apple iPhone Pro-Motion!
As mentioned, Huawei Mate 50 is a constant subject of discussion among users. But, something else that has equally grabbed our attention is the silent war between Huawei Mate 50 and Apple iPhone 14 lineup. And in this competition, Huawei Mate 50 LTPO tech is a tough contender against Apple iPhone Pro-Motion.
What is Apple iPhone Pro-Motion? It is a productive screen technology that automatically enables the display to refresh up to 120Hz for a smoother appearance. While the standard refresh rate can update a display just 60 times in a second, the Pro-Motion effect offers 120Hz at twice the speed.
And seems like, Huawei is quite close to beating the upcoming iPhone series in terms of display!
Huawei Mate 50 series – New Display, New Design
Huawei Mate 50 will step down on the consumer platform with a center hole punch display design. It will showcase a flat surface with a shiny glass impression. Meanwhile, the Pro version will exhibit a curved edge screen and notch on its front face.
In terms of tech, it’s reported that Mate 50 members will use the LTPO-supported BOE display panel which will increase the service life of the device by 10%. However, things will get the confirmation tag on the launch day.
We also came to know that Apple iPhone 14 series will come into existence on the same date as of Mate 50 lineup – September 7. It will be a dynamic moment to catch the two most awaited devices on the exact day. Yet, there are chances that Huawei might change the date and make it a little earlier. Let’s see what we will grab initially, in the time ahead.
Huawei Mate 50 series begins mass production
Huawei Mate 50 series has entered the mass production process reveals sources, it’s also suggested that the flagship will use and promote Chinese components and technologies.
According to the information coming from the Chinese Supply Chain explains that the Huawei Mate 50 series has entered mass production and the Chiense tech maker has increased the use of local components to make this smartphone.
Furthermore, it’s also revealed that the Huawei Mate 50 series will be jam-packed with the latest technologies for the consumers, as well as the latest software such as HarmonyOS 3.0 operating system.
Following the events of the U.S. sanctions, Huawei has been hit hard by supply chain issues. Since then, the supply chain has destabilized the smartphone business and affected greatly revenue.
However, Huawei kept on looking for alternative solutions and patching the holes with effectiveness. In the making, the Huawei P50 series has been quite successful, and now the mark will be set by Huawei Mate 50 lineup.
Yes, 5G may still lack in the upcoming Huawei Mate 50 series but the rest of the technologies will surely and once again compete in the smartphone world and the XMAGE imaging system will set some excellent examples of mobile photography.
Huawei Mate 50:
Huawei Mate 50 series will come in three models – Mate 50, Mate 50 Pro, and Mate 50 X. These phones will feature flat panels with a hole punch and the Mate 50 Pro and Mate 50 X will have their new notch system.
Currently, all of these models have received the required certification in China and are ready to launch among consumers. As of now, Huawei has not announced any official launch date but it’s expected to clash with iPhone 14 on September 7. More information is yet to come and we’ll keep you posted.
(via – mydrivers)