Review of Huawei Mate 50 Pro The photo king in the lens of foreign media

Soon, the commencement of sales for the top-of-the-line huawei mate 50 line is anticipated in Malaysia. Malaysia Federation. The site declared Mate 50 Pro the top camera phone currently available. We decided to become acquainted with the work of our foreign colleagues to better understand the intriguing gadget. We have collected the essential information in this document.

Features that appear and feel tactile

Alongside the phone, users also get a transparent silicone case. The film is protected and adhered to the screen, an adapter for power at 66 W, and a USB A to USB-C cable. Its Mate 50 Pro is available in black, silver, purple, and orange. The first three variations feature glossy glass at the back and are quickly covered in prints. The orange version doesn’t have this issue since synthetic leather is pleasant to feel. It can also stand up to immersion in water up to 6 meters in depth (other devices – as high as 2 meters). Additionally, Kunlun Glass is used to safeguard the display that is highly resistant to falling.

Screen with adjustable settings

The entire front panel is covered by a 6.74-inch OLED display with a resolution of 2616×1212 pixels. It also has a 10-bit color depth and can support HDR10+. Foreign reviewers have all noted the outstanding quality of the display, as well as that it supports DC dimming and an extremely high dimming frequency (PWM has a frequency of 1440Hz). In low light, the ripple factor will not be over 10%, meaning that sensitive flickering people will not feel uncomfortable.

In manual mode, the maximum brightness can reach close to 570 units. On a bright day, the screen can produce 995 nits, sufficient for the enjoyable use of smartphones under any condition. Because the brightness minimum is two nits, the screen doesn’t cause eye irritation even in total darkness. Color presets for saturated and standard colors are available as choices.

Unique Camera

The Mate 50 Pro uses a 50-megapixel RYYB-IMX766 sensor, with electronic and optical stabilization as the primary camera. The primary feature of the camera is its variable aperture lens which can be adjusted between f/1.4 and f/4.0. Additionally, the phone came with an ultra-wide (13 MP autofocus and macro) and a Telephoto (64 MP and 3.5x optical zoom, OS). The phone has a multispectral sensor with ten channels for precise color reproduction and laser autofocus.

The camera’s aperture is in various positions.

The primary camera provides pleasing footage thanks to the precise white balance and an extended dynamic range. There could be minor blowouts at times however, in general, the images appear natural as well the HDR effect does not appear fake. There’s no obvious digital oversharp or distortion, either. Even shooting with two times the digital zoom will not result in a dramatic reduction in clarity. It is possible to switch to a 50MP setting if you like; however, the difference between standard 12.5MP images isn’t evident. There’s also a fifty-megapixel AI-optimized preset (AI Ultra Clarity on earlier devices).