Huawei Mate 50 Add New Emergency Function
Huawei’s Mate series has always been one of the representatives of domestic high-end flagship phones. Currently, Huawei Mate’s latest Mate40 series was released in October 2020 and has been out for nearly two years.
For some well-known reasons, Huawei has been difficult to launch iterative models. Recently, however, there’s been a lot of talks that Huawei’s Mate 50 Series will be released in September, taking on Apple’s iPhone 14 Series head-on.
Today, a new report appeared claiming that the official version of Harmony OS 3.0, the first release of Huawei’s Mate 50 Series, has an emergency function (mode) after the power runs out, which can support phone messages, and support calls as well as sweep function.
This means that in some special scenarios, Huawei phones can play a communication role even when you run out of power. The function should be mainly to allow users to use the phone in more special circumstances, but also to prepare, to a certain extent, to protect the safety of Huawei users and enhance the user experience.
According to previous news, this time Huawei Mate 50 series, there will be at least three models of Mate 50, Mate 50 Pro, Mate 50 RS, and so on at the same time. Among them, the bangs screen will return after many years, bringing back a more secure facial recognition and some other features.
Huawei Mate 50 Pro Camera Arrangements
Among them, the rear camera sensors of the Huawei Mate 50 Pro phone are arranged as the main camera (top right), telephoto (bottom right), sensor (bottom left), and super wide angle (top left). This is what the engineering machine looks like at the moment, and we can’t rule out that the production machine will be fine-tuned.
In terms of imaging, after breaking up with Leica Huawei established its own imaging brand XMAGE, mainly around the optical system, imaging technology, image processing, and other areas, so the camera capabilities of several products will also be very powerful.