Huawei Mate 50 Runs on a Snapdragon 8 4G Processor, Same as the Pro version


Huawei will release Mate 50 series in September, this time Huawei will launch Mate 50, Mate 50 Pro, Mate 50 RS Porsche design and other models.

In today’s news, blogger Wangjai Bestcom pointed out that the Huawei Mate 50 standard edition is not powered by Snapdragon 888 4G, but Snapdragon 8 4G, just like the Pro version.

Compared with the Snapdragon 888 4G, the Snapdragon 8 4G has been upgraded to 4nm technology. The super core is Cortex X2, and the large core Cortex A710 and the small core Cortex A510, which will be the most powerful Mate series phones. Like the P50 series, the Mate 50 does not support 5G networks.

In addition, the Mate 50 standard edition has a midhole straight screen, while the Mate 50 Pro has a curved fringe screen, which supports 3D face recognition.

Huawei Mate 50 series does not use Leica image, but Huawei’s own image XMAGE.

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Huawei Image XMAGE is known to focus on optical systems, imaging technology, and image processing. The optical system is represented by a number of core technologies, such as multi-camera system, periscopal telephoto, free-form lens, etc. The imaging technology is an intersection center of photoelectric conversion, including RYYB hypersensitive sensor, full pixel octa-core focus, 10-channel multispectral sensor, hyperspectral image and so on.

He Gang of Huawei said, XMAGE represents the new height of Huawei imaging.


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