There is a huge amount of unanswered questions about the Huawei Mate 50 series. Being one of the most awaited entries in a powerful lineup of the expensive and popular cellphone. The company is unable to deliver the product on time. As we know Huawei P50 series was delayed, it’s still not released, although it was expected a few months back. Some of the users will be surprised to hear that the Mate series is also delayed but some of the sources are of the view that the release has been canceled and so we all must wait for another year to see another Mate headset.
This is terrible news if it’s true because Huawei Mate 50 was supposed to be the best headset of the year. This could have met our expectations because Huawei Mate 40 and Huawei Mate 40 Pro have stunning screens, brilliant designs, great cameras, good battery life, and plenty of powerful tools.
As of this moment, we don’t know much about Huawei Mate 50, but we would expect a little more keeping in view the continuation increasing prices.
Reading on you will find what we have about Huawei Mate so far. We will also discuss the wish list of the users because there is always room for improvement.
Price and release date:
Huawei Mate 50 is expected to be announced at the end of this year, but the exact date is not clear yet. In previous years, Huawei mate 40 was announced in the second half of October and went out for sale in November 2020. Huawei Mate 30 was released and announced in the same month September.
As we can clearly see, Huawei P50 is also delayed even though they usually make their appearances in March so the Mate series may get pushed back and the P series will have a golden chance to rise and shine, only if they are not canceled at all.
As far as prices are concerned. Huawei Mate 40 was the only model in its family to get the UK and Australian releases. The costs were £1099.99 in UK and AU$1,999 in Australia. None of the phones was able to make an appearance in the US spotlight but the standard Mate 40 ranges to €899 in Europe.
Apparently, the pricing might be like those of Mate ’40s but it’s not confirmed yet. However, very are way much confident that range will not touch the US land.
We don’t know a lot about Huawei Mate 50, yet it will probably be using kirin 9000 chipset, exactly the one the was used in Mate ’40s. it means power-boosting capabilities will remain the
same. The reason for using the same chipset is the US ban. Huawei cannot make the chipsets easily and all alone without having the components. However, they reportedly have enough stock held back. So, they will be able to inject it into both P50 and Mate 50 ranges. Moreover, Ross Young mention in a tweet that Huawei Mate 50 Pro will be one of the few phones that have LTPO screens. These types of screens allow a dynamic change in refresh rate for display without using any hardware components.
What do we expect?
We don’t know much about the range and specifications of the product yet. But here are the features and improvements that the user wants.
The biggest problem with Huawei phones is our ban. Because of this ban, Huawei headsets are unable to use services of google play store and especially maps. Although they developed an app gallery which has solved several issues but there should be another number of app that show flexibility towards the issues.
As we earlier discussed none of the headsets in the Mate 40 series make their way to the US, how they were released in UK and Australia. Users want worldwide availability.
Higher refresh rate:
Every model of the Mate 40 family has a refresh rate of 90Hz which is perfectly fine for the basic models. But good enough for Mate 40 Pro and Mate 40 pro plus.
Huawei Mate 40 was very expensive, and the users are interested in the price cut for the Huawei Mate series.
Having the release delayed. It won’t be much to ask if the users are expecting to see an in-screen front camera. That can be a golden chance that can make them stand out of others.