Huawei VP told the Mate 50 will eventually be a thing

Huawei VP told the Mate 50 will eventually be a thing. It’s not set in stone or even publicly announced at the moment; however, Huawei Consumer Business Group Strategy Marketing Department Vice President Li Changzhou chimed in on an online forum for community members recently, confirming it is the case that Huawei Mate 50 line will likely be short.


It’s significant not only for fans of the brand but also for Huawei worldwide, and depending on the way you view it, it could be viewed as a “return to style” for Huawei, the Chinese giant. In the past, Huawei launched a single flagship model – the P50, which was a bit of a reversal from the previous years, when the Mate line would provide an array of flagship models.

Li Changzhou did not share specific details as you would expect. He joined the forum to discuss the company’s 2019 Spring 2022 Smart Office Live February 27 event, which is part of MWC 2022, which you can view live on this page. He was responding to a fan hoping to get the Mate 50 in the event. In a rough translation, the answer is: “The Mate 50 will be coming however, not at this time. There are many other excellent products worth keeping an eye on.”

Huawei VP told the Mate 50 will eventually be a thing

We’re happy with that as well. In any case, this is the closest thing to an official announcement of the Mate line we’ve had for a while. There have been reports that we might see a new Huawei Mate device launch in June of this year. Be sure to take these reports with a grain of salt.

However, if this is true, then it is likely that the Mate 50 might be based on the second-generation Snapdragon 8 processor. However, considering the current legal situation, the processor would need to have 4G connectivity. If, however, there’s a change during the interim. However, that’s just speculation at the moment.


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