Although the Huawei Mate50Pro has been delayed for the majority of the year, fans’ enthusiasm for this model has not waned. The main point is that Huawei is at a crossroads, and the purpose of releasing a new machine is primarily to demonstrate that it has not abandoned this business, albeit at a much lower volume than in previous years. And the Huawei Mate50Pro’s foreign media exposure has generated a lot of pollen excitement, both in terms of value and function, once again reflecting Huawei’s face. The first time a billion-pixel main lens was used, the first time a true full-screen was used, the first time an under-screen lens was achieved, and well-hidden 3D face recognition unlock parts were used. Such a Huawei flagship machine is capable of mitigating the iPhone’s impact.
Huawei’s flagships have improved in face value in recent years, and the screen-to-body ratio has gotten higher and higher. The Huawei Mate50Pro is the first device to use a true full screen. As seen in the concept map, a bezel-less true full screen is covered in the body, with a screen ratio close to 100 percent. And the screen below the forehead hides many functions, rather than being true full-screen and compromising. In fact, the Huawei Mate50Pro has a 6.7-inch screen, which is almost identical to the iPhone13ProMax.
However, in terms of features, the Huawei Mate50Pro outperforms the iPhone13ProMax, which comes with a 2K HD display screen, the first generation of LPTO OLED panel, and is made in China. The screen refresh rate can be changed freely between 120Hz and 120Hz, which uses less power and is more fluid. Furthermore, because of the Huawei Mate50Pro’s high screen-to-body ratio, fingerprint unlocking covers the lower half of the body, resulting in faster and more accurate recognition. When used in conjunction with the under-screen fingerprint unlock, the 3D face recognition makes the phone more private.
As evidenced by the Huawei P50Pro released last year, Huawei cell phone photography has always been a highlight, whether it is a large base aperture or AI-assisted shooting function. Huawei P50Pro also takes first place in a lens ranking.
Large aperture bases and high pixel lenses are becoming more popular today. And this time, Huawei Mate50Pro will come with a 100 megapixel main camera, with a pixel density of 2 microns in the lens. As shown in the concept diagram, the Huawei Mate50Pro’s main lens is a circle. The following ring is designed with a double periscope zoom lens ultra-wide angle lens, and you can see that the Huawei P50 series’ double ring design elements are retained, as well as a single ring design.
The Huawei Mate50Pro is the most important chip as a flagship. And this time, Qualcomm chips are still being used, with no 5G network and only a 4G phone. Nonetheless, Huawei’s scale has surpassed all expectations. The main screen ratio and rear lens alone outperform the majority of 5G phones on the market. The packaging and mass production of 5G chips will be Huawei’s future breakthrough. Dear friends, when do you think Huawei will achieve success in the future? Please share your thoughts in the comments section!