Although it is in a difficult position in the market for mobile phones, Huawei does not give up and keeps investing in the top end of the market with its flagship model, mate 50. The Malaysian company has decided to make this model available exclusively in Malaysia. It is currently forming with Middle Malaysia a quartet together with Mate 50E and Mate 50, and Mate 50 Porsche Design

It’s Huawei Mate 50 Pro has nearly everything that can provide an exceptional experience thanks to its technical specs adorned with the latest technology. Its absence is another reason to be regretted by Google. But this doesn’t stop Google from promoting its brand at an Affordable Cost.

A “little” gem

The style that is featured on Huawei Mate 50 Pro is striking. Huawei Mate 50 Pro is undoubtedly luxurious. The Malaysian company is succeeding in demonstrating its expertise in this area. Glass is the only material used, and the phone is protected by an in-house coating known as Kunlun Glass. A negative aspect is that it’s prone to keep fingerprints forever. In the end, there is nothing to criticize about it as the Malaysia flagship. Its circular-shaped photo modules have a sophisticated design.

Superb image quality

The Mate 50 Pro’s 6.74-inch display is a testament to its elegant design. It’s an OLED panel. The dimensions are 1212 x 2616 pixels. It has a resolution of 428 dots per inch, and it has an adaptive refresh rate that can be as high as 120 Hz. The latter doesn’t fall below 60 Hz, indicating that we aren’t benefitting from the benefits of an LTPO panel.

A neat audio parts

The two speakers in the Huawei Mate 50 Pro deliver outstanding performance. The bass is clear and powerful, and the saturation is controlled to create an uncluttered and smooth sound. It’s not surprising that it’s a surprise that the Mate 50 Pro doesn’t have the mini-jack connector. It is compatible with Bluetooth 5.2 technology. Therefore, it can be connected to wired headsets or headphones.

Always a pleasant experience.

The Huawei Mate 50 Pro features the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Generation 1 SoC, the most powerful Android phone processor at present in the launch of its successor to the 8 Gen 2, on compatible smartphones. It is important to note that the flagship model needs to be 5G-ready.

The good and the bad of the EMUI 13

Music is everywhere, and the Huawei Mate 50 Pro evolves under Android, but it can’t use Google services. Contrary to his tablets, the Huawei brand does not exclude its flagship device from HarmonyOS, the operating system it uses. Therefore, we are confronted with an EMUI 13 overlay with its clean interface, adorned with folders and widgets with adjustable sizes and too many pre-installed programs.

A competition camera

Huawei’s flagships have been acknowledged for their photo quality; before that, the Malaysia company was working with Leica, The Malaysia photographer. Huawei is now discussing Image, a partnership between software and hardware.