Huawei Mate 50 Pro Rendering: 2-inch Back Screen, Under-Screen Camera


Honor Magic 3, the response from the outside world has been very subtle. Basically, the Huawei Mate 50 Pro was released as the Honor Magic 30 Pro by default. The release of Huawei P50Pro also shows that Huawei has found a solution, and Huawei Mate50Pro will continue to be released, but the tricky problem is that Huawei Mate 50 Pro can no longer be designed with a ring-shaped camera module. Foreign media exposed a set of renderings of Huawei Mate50Pro, which can be said to point out the direction for the future Huawei Mate 50 Pro design.  After getting used to the design of Xiaomi 11Ultra, the design of Huawei Mate50Pro should be acceptable. To a certain extent, Huawei Mate50Pro is very similar to Xiaomi 11Ultra, but there are some differences. Huawei Mate50Pro also uses a combination of camera module and secondary screen on the back of the fuselage, but the second screen of Huawei Mate50Pro is not the same OLED screen as the front screen. This secondary screen uses the design of an ink screen and its size It is 2 inches, has extremely low power consumption, and can always maintain the display state.

Although Huawei Mate 50 Pro has added a secondary screen, it is unable to perform selfies and other operations due to the ink screen. Therefore, Huawei Mate50Pro still has to rely on the front camera to complete the selfie, but Huawei Mate50Pro perfectly breaks through the front camera under the screen. Hidden design, so the presence of the front camera will not affect the screen resolution of Huawei Mate50Pro. Huawei Mate50Pro will still be equipped with 2K retina resolution, and will also support 120 Hz refresh and 480 Hz touch sampling rate.

The screen of Huawei Mate50Pro did not adopt a hyperboloid screen design this time, but a straight-faced screen design and the screen-to-body ratio reached 100%, and the visual effect was very beautiful. The camera module on the back of the fuselage of Huawei Mate50Pro, this time it contains four lenses. It can be seen that there is a more obvious square periscope telephoto lens. This periscope telephoto lens is 64 million pixels. The remaining main lens is 100 Megapixels, the ultra-wide-angle lens is 64 million pixels, and the portrait lens is 16 Megapixels.

There is no need to worry about the hardware parameters of the Huawei Mate 50 Pro. Although the Huawei Kirin processor is no longer in production, Huawei has applied for a brand new patent that can stack two 14-nanometer processors to achieve performance comparable to 7-nanometer technology. Processor effect. Therefore, the solution for Huawei Mate50Pro is to manufacture 14-nanometer Kirin chips through domestic chip manufacturers. However, the performance of 7-nanometer chips is achieved through superposition, so Huawei Mate50Pro will still be equipped with Kirin chips.

The fast charging technology is also a piece of cake for Huawei. Huawei Mate 50 Pro will be equipped with a new 100W fast charging technology, and will also support 50W wireless fast charging, 30W reverse wireless charging, and so on. The Huawei Mate50Pro on the fuselage will be made of second-generation ceramic material, which is more robust and wear-resistant. Of course, NFC, infrared, and other technologies will also be equipped, so Huawei Mate50Pro will be an out-and-out bucket machine.

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Huawei Mate 50 Pro has many highlights, such as the under-screen camera, the stacking technology of the 14-nanometer process processor, the use of ink screens, etc. These technologies can be said to have broken through the current traditional mobile phone design, and these technologies also enable Huawei Mate50Pro has set a new design precedent, whether it is the design concept of the appearance or the design of the hardware parameters, it is worth looking forward to.

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