All three Mate 50 phones share the same power chip. It’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen1 4G. Due to US sanctions, Huawei still does not have access to 5G networks, as well as Google services.
The Mate 50 Pro is the one most Huawei fans will want. It is equipped with a large 6.74-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 1212 x 2616. It is so because of the notch in the screen in which it carries a selfie camera as well as advanced 3D face recognition. The screen refreshes at 120Hz.
The regular Mate 50 has a 90Hz 6.7-inch OLED in FHD+ resolution, and the selfie camera is in a hole in the screen.
The Mate 50 Pro has a 13MP f/2.4 ultra-wide camera and a 3D ToF sensor on the front in the notch, and a 50MP main camera with OIS on the back. A 6-blade aperture is also implemented, offering an aperture range from f/1.4 to f/4.0. It also has a 13MP ultra-wide and a 64MP 3.5X telephoto camera with OIS and
The Mate 50 Pro has a 13MP f/2.4 ultra-wide camera and a 3D ToF sensor on the front in the notch, and a 50MP main camera with OIS on the back. A 6-blade aperture is also implemented, offering an aperture range from f/1.4 to f/4.0. It also has a 13MP ultra-wide and a 64MP 3.5X telephoto camera with OIS and RYYB sensor. The fourth opening is occupied by a multispectral 10-channel sensor and laser autofocus.
Huawei implements its own here after breaking cooperation with Leica Xmage image processing algorithms.
The Mate 50 has the same main and ultra-wide camera, and the telephoto camera has been replaced with a 12MP sensor and 5x optics.
The Porsche Design version received a periscopic 48MP telemacro camera.
Mate 50 Pro has 8GB of RAM and 256/512GB data memory expandable with nanoMemory cards.
Its battery has a capacity of 4700mAh and is charged at 66W wired or 50W wirelessly. A special economical mode of operation will offer 3 hours of stand-by autonomy at 1% capacity.
The smaller Mate 50 has a battery capacity of 4460Ah, and it charges the same as the Pro model.
A special feature of the Huawei Mate 50 Pro phone is satellite connectivity via the Beidou Satellite Message 3 protocol, which guarantees sending messages and location even without a terrestrial network signal.
All three models run HarmonyOS 3.0.
The Huawei Mate 50 Pro costs $980 there in China, the Mate 50 costs $720, and the Porsche Design version costs $1,870. Global availability has not yet been announced.