Due to various restrictions, the Huawei Mate 50 series, which was supposed to be released last year, failed to come as scheduled. This caused a lot of discussion on the net and made many Huawei fans disappointed. However, recently, we have begun getting more and more new concerning this device. Apart from hearing about this or that feature, we also got various leaks referring to its launch date. As the rumors are gearing up, there is every reason to think that the Huawei Mate 50’s launch is around the corner.
A few days ago, according to a blogger, the Huawei Mate 50 series is currently scheduled for July. Prior to this, we have heard that there will be at least two models in the series – the vanilla version and the Pro version. Moreover, there was a leak believed to be the engineering machine. Unfortunately, there is no sign that the company will add the Pro+ and Porsche versions to the lineup.
As for the blogger himself, he is sure that there will be no Huawei Mate 50 Pro+ and Mate 50 RS versions. Instead, the manufacturer might come with a collector’s edition model. What’s more regrettable, it’s going to be a 4G smartphone and not a 5G model.
Huawei’s Mate line models have been always known for their excellent camera features. In this regard, the Huawei Mate 50 series should come with an improved camera compared to the P50 series.
It is worth mentioning that another Weibo blogger once said that the Chinese company will first release the next-gen large-screen Huawei Mate X3 folding screen smartphone and then bring the Huawei Mate 50 series. In fact, this statement is not groundless. We mean it’s quite logical for Huawei to focus on folding screen smartphones because here, it can make a tough competition to Samsung.
The same blogger said that the spotted engineering machine was powered by the K9000/SM8425 platform (Kirin 9000/Snapdragon 8 4G).
As the flagship machine, the Huawei Mate 50 series will inevitably come with HarmonyOS out of the box. It was previously reported that the official version of Harmony OS 3.0 will be released around July. And as these two dates match, there is every reason to think the Huawei Mate 50 will debut the new generation of the company’s self-developed operating system.