Huawei MateView and MateView GT Monitor
At full-scene intelligent life conference, Huawei officially announced the MateView series of high-end monitors, including the MateView and MateView GT, which are aimed at productivity and gaming purposes – a 34-inch immersive curved monitor respectively.
Huawei MateView Primary Color Monitor
First of all, the Huawei MateView monitor is mainly for the business office group and has a unique design, unlike traditional silly office monitors, it is made of aluminum alloy with extremely narrow bezels and a screen-to-body ratio of 94%, which is the highest level among monitors at present, and has a very high value.
The back cover of the MateView monitor also changes the design of office monitors, with the first magnetic back cover, which halves the thickness of the traditional snap-on back case, only 9.3mm at the thinnest point and only 13mm at the thickest, and also features a one-handed tilt adjustment.
The MateView display is 28.2″ in size and has a resolution of 3840×2560, which is 1.5 megapixels more than the common 4K displays, as it is 3:2 ratio, a common ratio on Huawei MateBook laptops, and is capable of displaying more content than 16:9 for high productivity.
In terms of color, the MateView monitor supports 98% DCI-P3 color gamut, sRGB color gamut and primary color mode, and each monitor is professionally tuned with a color accuracy of ΔE<2, which is at the level of professional monitors and can be suitable for graphic designers as well.
Other aspects of the MateView monitor also features a 10bit panel that can display 1.07 billion colors, brightness up to 500nit, support for HDR400 certification, and dual Rheinland eye protection certification with low blue light and no strobe.
The MateView monitor supports HDMI and mini DP for video output, as well as two USB-A, one full-featured USB-C, and 3.5mm headphone jacks, with the USB-C port supporting video, data, and charging, and providing 65W power output. In addition, there is a wireless version of the MateView monitor that supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, and wireless screen casting.
The MateView monitor also supports Huawei Desktop Mode mode, similar to the multi-screen collaboration in the MateBook computer, but this time it requires a Huawei phone equipped with the HarmonyOS system, which can open Desktop Mode after connecting through a touch pass, so that the phone + monitor can also complete office and other tasks.
Unlike traditional joysticks and physical buttons, the SmartBar is more convenient and easy to use, with a sliding touch bar. There is a Smart Bar touch area under the monitor, which is used to control the monitor settings and adjust the volume. The product has 5W x 2 high-powered speakers and dual microphones in the stand.
Huawei’s MateView primary color display includes two versions: the wired version is priced at 3999 yuan; the wireless version has a retail price of 4699 yuan and the final price is 4599 yuan.
Huawei MateView GT
In addition to the MateView monitor for the business office crowd, Huawei also launched the Huawei MateView GT monitor, which is a curved gaming monitor for gamers, GT stands for high performance sports car, this monitor is a lot of GT sports car design elements, high performance and at the same time high value.
The Huawei MateView GT monitor features a 34-inch curved screen with 1500R curvature, black frosted plastic, and a simple back design with a “star ring” design full of technology and fashion, similar to the design of Huawei’s Mate40 series, like the interstellar gate in a science fiction movie.
In addition to the screen, the base design of the MateView GT monitor is also different from the MateView monitor, Huawei’s first SoundBar integrated design, SoundBay is both the base and the speaker, integrated 5W dual speakers, consisting of two full-range speakers, and also supports 2.0 channels, so you can enjoy the surging bass, shocking treble without external speakers.
The SoundBar also supports touch control for quick volume adjustment, double click to mute, and RGB faith light with 36 independently controlled RGB lights, which support multiple light effects and can be adjusted by yourself.
As for the screen, the MateView GT monitor features a 21:9 ultra-wide ratio, 3440×1444 resolution, 165Hz refresh rate, 350 nits brightness, and support for HDR10 certification. The MateView GT monitor also supports Rheinland’s dual eye protection certification, with low blue light and no strobe, making it easy to use for long periods of time without visual fatigue.
In terms of color, the MateView GT monitor features a 10bit color depth panel that can display 1.07 billion colors, supports 90% DCI-P3 color gamut, 100% sRGB color gamut, and also achieves professional-grade ΔE<2 color accuracy, so it is not only suitable for gaming, but also has a professional-grade level for office and graphic design, while 21:9 has an ultra-wide field of view.
For gaming, the MateView GT monitor also supports the gaming-exclusive Free-Sync Premium anti-tearing technology, which prevents screen tearing and misframing even at 165Hz high refresh rates.
In addition, MateView GT also supports additional game optimization, such as Dark Level Enhancement and Parallax Assist, which are also common auxiliary features of gaming monitors, and are considered physical plug-ins for more stable chicken eating. In terms of pricing, the MateView GT monitor has a suggested price of $3599 and the official sale opening on June 1.