Huawei Mate 50 reservations exceed one million

It’s been two or three years since Huawei’s smartphone business faltered. A brand that managed to outrun Apple and was breathing down Samsung’s neck was eradicated at the initiative of the Trump administration. But big companies are playing big games. And it’s hard to keep manufacturers like Huawei out of the game. We know that on September 6, Huawei will hold a new product launch conference. At the event, this company will unveil a series of next-generation flagship smartphones – Huawei Mate 50. The latter will include four models: Mate 50 E, Mate 50, Mate 50 Pro and Mate 50 RS Porsche design.

Huawei released the official statement on August 22. At the same time, the company opened reservations on Huawei’s official website and e-commerce platforms. At the time of writing this article, reservations from the official website exceeded one million. In other words, Huawei will take back its throne, and this number is a clear sign.

Known specifications of the Huawei Mate 50 series

Earlier, from various sources, we heard that Huawei Mate 50 E will be powered by Snapdragon 778G 4G processor while Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro will be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 4G processor. Although this chip does not support 5G, the Mate 50 series will allow the use of 5G networks through a 5G communication shell.

Additionally, the Huawei Mate 50 series will use a 50-megapixel lens with a 1/1.5″ outsole. We’re guessing it’s good old IMX 766 CMOS. Other than that, the Pro version will use a variable aperture. Thanks to this, the phone will be able to adjust the light from the hardware. For example, it will make the aperture larger in low light conditions and narrower in high light environments.

Evolution Huawei Mate 50

We know the Mate 50 Pro will sport a 1.5K curved notch display. We insist on the notch because its surface will be much larger than the previous generation, close to the Mate 20 Pro. It’s not hard to guess that the phone will support facial recognition and posture monitoring.

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