Huawei will hold the Huawei Smart Office Spring Global Conference at MWC 2022 later today. And some Huawei fans have been thinking that there is a possibility of meeting the next-gen Huawei Mate 50. Today, Li Changzhu, vice president of Huawei’s Consumer BG Strategy Marketing Department, confirmed that the Mate 50 series will come, but not now.
Prior to this, one of the well-known Weibo bloggers reported that the Huawei Mate 50 series will only have the Snapdragon 8 processor version. As you guess, the phone will support only a 4G network. Also, he revealed that the possible launch date is mid-to-late July.
The blogger also said that in terms of cameras, the Huawei Mate 50 series has improved compared to the P50 series. Although it is still at the flagship level, there is basically no difference compared to the serious camera rolls in the mobile phone industry this year.
On September 24 last year, Xu Zhijun, Huawei’s rotating chairman, reiterated that he would not give up the mobile phone business. In addition, Xu Zhijun said that recent rumors about Huawei’s chips were false. “After we were sanctioned, we have been relying on inventory to survive.”
Huawei Mate 50 Renders
Recently, there was news that the company had already finalized the design of the phone. Based on the available information, letsgodigital created renders for the Huawei Mate 50.
When looking at the renders, we can notice that the Huawei Mate 50 still uses a hyperboloid screen with a large curvature on the front. In fact, it’s familiar to us as Huawei has been using this design element in several generations.
On the back, our protagonist still adopts a family-style circular camera module. But the overall footprint is larger than that of previous generations, almost covering the upper half of the fuselage. It consists of three lenses.
The phone should use hyperspectral imaging technology. The latter can detect skin conditions in real-time as well as skin conditions. Afterward, it will use various filters accordingly.
On the renders, we can see a photo of a face. Here you can see different scores, such as a skin score and a pore score. Tips and recommendations are also given to improve your skin structure. If desired, you can also send an evaluation report, for example by e-mail or message.
Lastly, previously, we have heard that the Huawei Mate 50 will offer two versions powered by either the Kirin 9000 chip or the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip.