The HUAWEI Mate50 series’ flagship smartphones offer powerful hardware and advanced mobile-shooting capabilities. We remind you why these models are well worth your attention, given the recent revelations about Russian product prices.
The HUAWEI Mate50 is equipped with a flat OLED display of 6.7 inches (2700×1224 pixels), a refresh rate at 90 Hz, and a front camera that has been cut into the top center. It is also branded Kunlun Glass. This glass is impact and scratch resistant. The 4G version Snapdragon 8 Gen processor is used in the smartphone. The flagship’s base model has 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB built-in storage.
HUAWEI Mate 50 comes with a triple camera, a Sony IMX766 main sensors (50MP, RYYB and f / 4.0), for mobile shooting capabilities. It also includes an ultra-wide angle module (IMX688, 13MP) and a 12-megapixel RYYB camera with OIS, f / 1.4 – f / 4.0 (optical Zoom x2). 4460 mAh battery supports fast charging of 66 W, wireless (50 W), reverse (7.5W) and telephoto lenses (optical zoom x2). Russian smartphones cost 69,999 rubles.
HUAWEI Mate50Pro, on the other hand, has a 6.7-inch diagonal OLED display (2700×1224 pixels), 120 Hz and a 4700 mAh lithium battery). It is also curved at the sides. It has a wide cutout in the upper section for a selfie camera module and a face scanner. The main and wide angle camera modules are the same as the Mate 50. The telephoto lens is enhanced by an OmniVision OV64B-RYYB sensor (OIS with 3.5x optical zoom). Both smartphones were protected by IP68.
HUAWEI Mate50Pro in Russian is priced at 79,999 and 99,000 rubles respectively.