Last year, IT was revealed that Huawei would release a new Mate 50 series of flagship phones in early 2022, which will be powered partly by Kirin chips and partly by Qualcomm 8 Gen 1 chips, but only in a 4G version.
Digital blogger @Jufactory film Fans broke the news,The Mate50, or the basic version with the smallest screen he knows, comes in 4G and 5G versions, and the test machine is powered by Hays' remaining Kirin 9000 chip and Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chip.
IT Home has reported that Derek Yu, president of Huawei Consumer business for Central and Eastern Europe, Northern Europe and Canada, previously revealed that huawei's Mate 50 series will debut in 2022, in a global launch format, and run on HarmonyOS.
Speaking about how flagship phones will play out in The European market in the future, Yu also said Huawei will continue to invest in flagship phones, especially the foldable screen, as well as the Mate and P series.He revealed that the Shanghai RESEARCH and development center is working on 5G chip solutions, and support for 5G from Huawei's flagship phones will return one day.
In November, Tencent's Deepnet reported that Huawei had not given up on the phone business. Yu, speaking at an internal presentation for the consumer business, said huawei will continue to make phones and return to the top in 2023.