Huawei's Mate 50 Pro was officially launched in the European market, including two options of 8+256GB and 8+512GB, selling for 1,299 euros to 1,399 euros ($1249.88 - $1346.10).
The rear cameras of the Huawei Mate 50 Pro smartphone will have a main camera, a telephoto camera, a sensor, and super wide angle camera.
On August 31, Huawei announced that the new Mate 50/Pro series will be equipped with six-blade variable aperture cameras.
An autumn launch conference for the Huawei Mate 50 smartphone series and full-scenario new products will be held on September 6, where a range of new devices will be unveiled.
Huawei’s new premium flagship Huawei Mate 40 series smartphones made their global debut on Thursday, setting the stage to compete with Apple’s iPhone 12 and Samsung’s Galaxy S20 series.
On September 23, Chinese auto maker and Huawei's vehicle manufacturing partner Seres said on an investor interaction platform that it is working with CATL on the new M3P battery.
The Huawei Mate 50 smartphone series was officially launched in China on September 21. Supply is tight at present, making it difficult to meet the demand of all consumers.
The "Huawei P50 Pocket new" foldable smartphone is expected to be released soon, and the model will be equipped with Huawei's XMAGE imaging brand and HarmonyOS 3.0.
Huawei Smart Selection partner SERES has kicked off construction of its third factory. The new facility is named "SE Project of Liangjiang New Area," spanning about 700,000 square meters in the southwestern city of Chongqing.
On September 6, Chinese smart device manufacturer Huawei quietly launched a new budget smartphone, nova 11z, in China.
Chinese tech giant Huawei announced on September 6 that its new Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro products are the world's first consumer smartphones to support Beidou satellite connectivity.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei's Consumer BG, released the AITO M5 EV, the first pure electric vehicle model from the AITO brand.
Huawei unveiled its highly anticipated Mate 50 smartphone series on September 6. The series is made up of four different models, including the Mate 50, Mate 50 Pro, Mate 50 E and Mate 50 RS.
Richard Yu, the executive director of Huawei and CEO of its Terminal Business Group, said on September 2 in an official video interview that the firm is about to release a new technology that will "pierce the sky."
Huawei has scheduled its fall launch event for the Mate 50 series smartphones and other new products on September 6. On September 1, Huawei announced another new product, the Huawei MateBook E Go.