Huawei Mate 50 Pro Review

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Huawei Mate 50 Pro

It’s been more than two years since Huawei introduced its Mate 30 Pro in Malaysia. Since then, they have also launched the Huawei Mate 50 Malaysia, and also the brand-new P and Nova series phones. In this year’s final quarter, Huawei has finally launched Huawei Mate 50 Pro in Malaysia. Are there any significant enhancements? Learn more in our report.

Huawei Mate 50 Pro Review

Design and Construction

A key thing to notice in The Mate 50 Pro is that it restored the wide-notch design seen in earlier models, including the Mate 30 Pro. It’s not ugly, but it does have more curvy corners, like those used in the P50 Pro.

It’s still a curved screen, with sides that curve almost seamlessly to the frame. On the right are the power and volume buttons. They are sturdy and tactile, yet quiet when they are pressed. Power/lock buttons are simple to reach, but the volume buttons may require you to reposition your hands to hit the controls comfortably.

Huawei Mate 50 Pro Review
Huawei Mate 50 Pro Review
  • On top, there is the IR blaster and a secondary microphone
  • Below are the dual SIM slot supporting Huawei NMC cards, the primary microphone, and the loudspeaker
  • Turn it upside down, and you’ll be able to find the camera module, which houses four cameras as well as an LED flash

The back panel is lined with glass and has a curvature toward the edges. Because of the curved edges of the front and back, the Mate 50 Pro appears thinner than it really is. It’s still hefty at 209g. But due to the top-quality materials, it’s enjoyable to hold, and having a case ruins the entire experience. The IP68 dust resistance and water resistance are also maintained. You may need to keep the matter to shield it from scratches and bumps.

Display and Multimedia

The Mate 50 Pro has a 6.74-inch screen with a 2616 x 1212 pixels resolution of 428 PPI. Its screen is OLED which means you’ll experience vibrant colors and rich blacks, and the refresh rate is 120 Hz. You can reduce the resolution and refresh rate to prolong the battery’s life or choose an auto-mode—the best way to protect all that will be Kunlun Glass.

So far, we’ve had no problems with the display since it’s bright, sharp, and awe-inspiring. The notch doesn’t pose a problem for us anymore. We may have gotten used to phones featuring holes or a notched screen. However, if it’s an issue for you, there’s an option to cover the notch.

The Mate 50 Pro uses dual loudspeakers. The quality is decent since its high-end and has clear and clear trebles. As with many smartphones, the bass is weak, but it is still a lot of fun and enough to be used for listening or watching casually.


Its Mate 50 Pro has a 50MP primary camera with an adjustable aperture and 13MP ultra-wide and 64MP telephoto triple rear cameras with OIS and EIS. The Leica brand has been removed from the logo and substituted with the brand Huawei.


  1. KYspeaks says:

    Very good specs kan!

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