According to a Weibo source via Huawei Central, Huawei has decided on the launch for the Mate 50 series which may take place before the end of August. Although Huawei hasn’t yet announced the debut date for this flagship on its official channels, we may anticipate that the warm-up will begin the following month.
Huawei has planned to unveil the Mate 50 series and it will be packed with new technology such as a new camera imaging system. Furthermore, the Huawei Mate 50 is one of the first smartphones to emerge with the HarmonyOS 3.0 operating system, which is a significant selling factor among Chinese consumers. The Huawei Mate 50 is also expected to include a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 4G chipset as well as a Kirin 9000S chipset.
Furthermore, the concept artist generated renders for the Mate 50 Pro based on prior leaks and reports. And now, the render creator has published a concept video of the Huawei Mate 50 Pro, which you can watch by clicking on the link below. The concept video depicts the Huawei Mate 50 Pro XMAGE model, which has a big notch on the head and a curved edge display.
The phone sports a big circular camera system on the back with four lenses, as well as input and output ports. We should note, however, that the company has yet to release the original design of this forthcoming Huawei flagship, and the above image is based on previous information.
HarmonyOS 3.0 and Huawei XMAGE are the primary selling points
HarmonyOS 3.0’s developer beta version was recently released. According to the update log, this version maintains the full-scene smart experience. It also improves interaction design, multi-device interconnection, performance, and user care significantly. Furthermore, Huawei Imaging’s strategic investment is primarily focused on three aspects. It encompasses technological advancement, shooting expertise, and imaging culture. Furthermore, Huawei XMAGE technological innovation and shooting experience innovation are concentrated in three areas. Among these fields are optical systems, imaging technologies, and image processing.
Core technologies in the optical system include the multi-camera system, periscope telephoto, free-form surface lens, etc. Photoelectric conversion and imaging technologies, such as the RYYB super-sensitive sensor, full-pixel octa-core focusing, 10-channel multispectral sensor, and hyperspectral imaging, are intertwined. At the algorithmic level, image processing encompasses a variety of technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI) photography, real-time HDR fusion, XD Fusion Pro computational photography, and XD Optics computational optics.
In short, we can’t wait for the official release to find out if it will be available globally or if it will be distributed solely in the mainland China market.