Huawei Mate X3 is coming and it will have a better camera tagged with design aspects to provide a new user experience. Interestingly, the device could make its appearance next month and probably alongside the Huawei P60 series.
According to the inputs from Weibo tipster, Classmateguan, the Huawei Mate X3 equips better camera quality with imaging capability. The phone will be light in design, which could increase the overall experience in hand.
Noteworthy, the price is not likely to be high. Looking at the predecessor, Huawei Mate X2 8GB RAM + 256GB ROM launch price was 17999 ($2782), and 8GB RAM + 512GB ROM price was 18999 ($2938).
It’s anticipated that Mate X3 will have a better foldable screen and good texture on the rear side. I am wondering, whether it will get a special edition.
Lastly, the tipster mentioned that Huawei Mate X3 could launch in March this year, possibly at the same time as the P60 lineup. It could also mean that the Chinees tech makes introduced both of these devices together.
However, no confirmation is in our corner at the moment.
A live image leak of the phone reveals a quad camera setup, consisting of a Periscope zoom on the top row. However, the camera layout appears square and it could carry a ring bump similar to the Mate 50 series. But we await more information on the camera specs.
Aside from these, Huawei will use the side opening and closing mechanism in this foldable, which makes it unique on its own. Despite recent rumors, it’s reported that Huawei Mat X3 is already under production and we could soon see it in a launch event.
Also, there’s one feature that is highly likely to debut in this folding-screen smartphone, satellite communication. Holds on! It may be the second generation of this amazing feature with two-way communication capability.
If you want to know more about second-gen satellite communication, visit the article here (link).
TD Tech launches Huawei Mate 50 with customizable security technology
Last year Huawei introduced the Mate 50 series and now, TD Tech, a Chinese electronics maker has launched a new version of this flagship, especially for the industrial use case along with a lot of customizable security technology.
Interestingly, the TD Tech Mate 50 series retains the design and branding such as the HarmonyOS 3 operating system and XMAGE camera system. The case was different during the TD Tech P50, as it had to remove the Leica logo.
Coming back to the topic, the TD Tech Mate 50 is oriented especially for the IT field and industrial use cases and it’s fully customizable according to the requirement of the customer.
Below you can check all of the customization services on TD Tech Huawei Mate 50 for the industrial use case.
Safety Dual System:
- Data isolation, simultaneous online security control, and multi-dimensional protection.
- Secure boot, dynamic measurement of TEE trusted environment, comprehensive protection.
- Call management, global watermark Privacy, and three defenses, differentiated customized services.
- Industrial HarmonyOS and Distributed collaboration – Operating System Level Industry Customization, Autonomous and controllable.
- 1466 Ministry of Standards, mobile terminal operating system localization evaluation, and many other certifications of safety compliance.
- Adapt to industry security access, management, and control platform Rich system capability opening.
TD Tech Mate 50 Pro:
Currently, TD Tech has not revealed the pricing of such smartphones in the market bu it could be assigned after direct communication with the customer and the company.
Huawei Mate 50 comes with a unique ring system design, Beidou satellite communication that allows you to send one-way messages even without a mobile signal. The camera provides powerful and colorful imaging via the XMAGE imaging system while utilizing an f/1.4 aperture large sensor for low-light photography.
It carries all of the features from the Huawei Mate 50 series including the low battery power mode.
Huawei launches third party store to sell smartphone with its design
Today, Huawei has launched a third-party smartphone store on its E-commerce website, opening the area for companies that are using Huawei’s smartphone design.
According to the information, the Huawei Vmall store will now offer third-party smartphones under the “Smartphone” section of the website. Currently the website listed smartphones from WIKO and Hi Nova series. However, more of these could be listed later on.
The website will allow users to pre-order and buy these smartphones directly from a website similar to the Huawei devices. Also, these phones come with a warranty and after-sale services.
Looking into the details, WIKO 5G HarmonyOS phone has an 8GB+128GB version priced at 1999 yuan. The Hi Nova 10 5G smartphone with 8GB+128GB is priced at 2899 yuan. The Hi nova 10 Pro 5G with 8GB+128GB memory is priced at 3699 yuan.
WIKO 5G, Hi nova 10 5G, and Hi nova 10 Pro 5G are available for pre-order at 429, 504, and 384 yuan, respectively.
Looking at the chipset, the WIKO 5G is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 5G SoC. On the other hand, the Hi nova 10 series equips Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G processor.
These phones uses Huawei smartphone design and look identical to what Huawei has already published in the Huawei nova series. However, there are more devices that use flagship designs.
Huawei P60 goes on Geekbench with Android 13 and Snapdragon 778
The Huawei P60 series has now appeared on Geekbench, which shows Huawei is conducting pre-launch tests and preparations. A model from this lineup features Android 13 and Snapdragon 778 chipset.
According to the Geekbench listing, the Huawei smartphone model MNA-AL00 on Geekbench achieved 551 single-core scores and 2312 multi-core scores. The phone has an octa-core processor with 4 cores running 1.8GHz and the other four at 2.40GHz.
Furthermore, the listing says that the MNA-AL00 has Adreno 642L GPU, which is used in Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G chipset.
The Huawei phone is tested with 8GB of RAM and interestingly, it is coupled with Android 13, which is a rare use of the software. Because Huawei is likely to use HarmonyOS 3.1 in the Huawei P60 lineup and it’s possible that the latest open-source library in the software has been updated, while HarmonyOS 3.0 had Android 12.
Earlier last month, the Huawei P60 series visited China’s Telecommunication Equipment’s Network Access Management (TENAA) with models MNA-AL00 and LNA-AL00. It was predicted that these two could be the standard P60 and the Pro version respectively.
So, is the above-mentioned Geekbench model is standard Huawei P60? Probably. Why? because last year, Huawei launched a new P50 series model – P50E and it featured Snapdragon 778.
Moreover, the Huawei P60 series is also reported to come with a P60E model, given the fact that MNA-AL00 also uses the same processor, it is possible to come as Huawei P60E and not the standard version. However, we don’t have any confirmation on this matter.
Huawei P60 series:
Past information reveals that the Huawei P60 series will come with a brand-new imaging system, XMAGE. Other than that, the camera will bring a new design. Aside from these, Huawei could use the latest hardware and software features.
The report suggests that the Huawei P60 series will launch in March but we are waiting for an official confirmation.