Huawei returns to the high-end arena: the Huawei Mate 50 is presented in a few days

If you missed Huawei’s high-end models, today we have very good news for you: the company is just a few days away from presenting its most important smartphone of the year . The Huawei Mate 50 already has a presentation date and, thanks to the leaks, we know some other details of its interior and exterior. Of course, you will have to settle for seeing the presentation and knowing its details, since international availability is yet to be confirmed.

Huawei is still in the same situation that it entered several years ago because of the US government. This greatly complicates the expansion of the company outside the Asian market and dynamites the possibility of seeing the Mate 50 compete for a position in the TOP of 2022 .

The Huawei Mate 50 confirmed for early September

Huawei has published a very revealing image: it confirms the presentation date of the Huawei Mate 50. The announced poster is in Chinese, which confirms that it will not be an international presentation. Huawei’s gross sales are currently concentrated solely in China.

In said poster it is possible to glimpse a large ring, which represents the circular chamber module . Everything points to the fact that Huawei will once again focus its efforts on the photographic section and, probably, on the build quality of the device.

It will not have much to do in terms of performance, since the use of 5G technologies from the US is prohibited . This means that it cannot include processors such as the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 or Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1. Leaks suggest that it will opt for a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 4G.

The rest of the details have not been leaked at the moment, so we have to wait. The presentation of this Huawei Mate 50 will be on September 6 in China. We will have to wait to know the details of international availability.

Huawei returns, but with the same limitations

Huawei re-launching high-end devices doesn’t mean the restrictions are over. The US government continues to implement measures prohibiting US companies from working with Huawei.

The most affected collaboration is that of Google , since the device may include Android, but not Google services . In China it is not a problem, but outside the country Google services have become essential for the vast majority of users.

Huawei’s hardware is back on track, but its software will have to make do with Huawei Mobile Services and outdated components due to bans. Would you buy this Huawei Mate 50 ?