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Huawei announces its releasing date of new flagship phones Mate 50

Huawei introduced the P50 series in late July 2021 and is now preparing to launch the flagship Mate 50.


In fact, Huawei is preparing to return to the premium smartphone market with the Mate 50 series.

According to a new report, the Mate series phones will be introduced during the first quarter of 2022, about which the company has not yet said anything.

But according to previous leaks, these phones can be introduced in March 2022.

Earlier, it was thought that Huawei would introduce the Mate 50 series sometime in 2021, but the P50 was introduced too late in July, which led to the postponement of the Mate series phones.

Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 898 processor is likely to be used in the Mate series phones, but unlike other companies, the Mate 50 series is expected to offer 4G connectivity instead of 5G support.

The processor will be introduced by Qualcomm in December 2021.

Huawei phones are likely to have LTPO displays, the same technology was seen in Apple’s iPhone 31 Pro series.

This also means that the phones will also have 120 Hz refresh rate support.

According to some leaks, Mate 50 series satellite connectivity can also be provided so that the phones can be used in regions where a mobile network is not available.

Huawei will be able to use the Chinese-made Baidu satellite system for this purpose.

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