The Huawei Mate 50 series is the next flagship phone unveiled by Chinese tech makers. Still, consumer anticipation remains high as we wait for more information on this extraordinary device. New insights about its existence indicate what’s planned with chipsets and other features like dual rear cameras or even wireless charging capabilities!
Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO Yu Chengdong recently gave an internal speech on consumer business that Huawei will not give up on mobile phones and continue manufacturing. The king is expected back in 2023 with new releases for this year’s festive season!
Huawei Mate 50 launch expected:
The Huawei Mate 50 series has been delayed, but it will launch in early 2022. The Chinese tech giant introduced the P50 Series on its home turf. Also, the company have reserved a slot for an upcoming model from last year’s flagship lineup called “Mate’. This means that instead of releasing this years’ handset as originally planned by Huawei (the MATE 20). The company decides to unveil them at the end of the year 2021 or mid-way through the next one. The time when we might expect other global brands like Samsung and Apple to release their flagships too!
The report also reveals that Huawei will release the new Mate 50 series next year. Also, their flagship lineup consists of Kirin 990 chipsets while remaining on 4G connectivity.
In 2019, Huawei unveiled a new line of chipsets with powerful Artificial Intelligence and Neural Processing Unit. The Kirin 990 Chipset combines the latest technologies from TSMC’s 7nm FinFET Plus EUV process with an NPU for top-performing AI performance in your next phone!
The Kirin 990 integrates 10.3 billion transistors compared to the 8 billion in its predecessor. It also comes with twice as much processing power for a single core and greater multitasking ability. Thanks to the two additional big cores at 2.86Ghz + four middle-sized ones running at 1.95GHz too!
The company could be running out of Kirin 9000 chipsets (5nm processed) in the face of U.S. sanctions. Still, it seems like they have enough supplies for now. The reason is because their next-generation Snapdragon 898 chipset is likely going to support 4G connectivity only with an upcoming release date expected later this year or early 2020s at earliest. Whereas given how quickly technology advances nowadays–and given that we’re already seeing 5 nm processor systems appear on store shelves!–the Huawei Mate 50 series makes sense alongside another high-end device sporting either 990 processors from Himax 22L00027/00 SEMC ON Semiconductor 400 Gbps AKM Microwire+ Incorporated Texas Instruments.