The annual flagship competition continues, with Star leading the way with the launch of the S22 series in 2022. Apple released the iPhone 13 series in September of last year, and the Huawei Mate series was the only news that was delayed. But the Huawei Mate50Pro’s foreign media exposure is particularly stunning; the front and back of the body have been redesigned, not only with dual screens, but also with a new 3D camera. Furthermore, the first use of the under-screen lens function is very useful for making the waterfall screen more interesting. It’s more appealing than the iPhone 14 in terms of both appearance and functionality.
During the two years that Huawei was under siege, Star and Xiaomi did not take advantage of the situation. Instead, Apple grabbed the flagship market with a mediocre design, allowing the iPhone 13 series to sell in record numbers. As can be seen from the concept diagram, the Huawei Mate50Pro screen ratio is extremely high, and the use of an off-screen lens for the first time leaves little trace. It also has a 120Hz refresh rate and under-screen fingerprint unlock, both of which help the screen perform at its best.
The Huawei Mate50Pro’s main screen measures 6.7 inches and has a screen-to-body ratio of 98 percent. There aren’t many black edges to be found, but the waterfall bezel shape stands out. Even if the 3D face recognition parts are hidden beneath the screen, the unlocking is unaffected by this Huawei Mate50Pro’s 120Hz adaptive refresh rate, which can be freely switched from 1 to 120Hz. Also equipped with 3D face recognition, the iPhone series’ performance is too far, but it also uses unsightly bangs. Do you still have high hopes for the iPhone 14 based on this comparison?
The Huawei Mate50Pro has a ring-shaped secondary screen on the back of the body that is about 2 cm in diameter, as well as dual front and rear screens. This is a 3D camera as well as a screen. This function is primarily used to adjust the selfie effect, scoring the user’s selfie skin and automatically adjusting the parameters based on AI analysis, so that the user’s selfie has the best effect.
The back of the ring-shaped secondary screen around a lens on the Huawei Mate50Pro is also particularly strong, and the main shooting function will almost certainly not be for. The main lens has an aperture of 80 million pixels and can shoot in 8K video and super slow motion. The shooting screen can be intelligently painted to meet demand, and the extra screen P can be turned off. The dual periscope zoom allows for lossless optical zooming of 3 to 10 times, and the algorithm will be upgraded. The quality of both photo and video recording will be greatly enhanced.
The chip has been a major source of concern for the outside world as the most competitive Huawei Mate50Pro of the year. This time, Huawei Mate50Pro will collaborate with Star to mass-produce 5 nanometer process chips, as well as 5G chip modems, to meet the demands of 5G networks. Huawei has not given up on R&D chips, even if they are suppressed, resulting in the chip’s inability to be mass produced. Huawei has invested in chip investment rather than greater strength.
The operating system is the other major selling point of the Huawei Mate50Pro, which neither Star nor Xiaomi can match. At the very least, Huawei can compete with iOS in terms of operating system, with a large user base, Hongmeng OS in the future, or a lot of room for development. And, if the Huawei Mate50Pro is released this year, do you believe there is a need to wait for the iPhone 14?