Huawei is not giving up on the Chinese market and will allegedly bring a few more of its Mate series phones to China soon. The tech giant has been slow in launching the smartphones since the ban. It is being said that they have cleared all the obstacles and is in plan to come back to the normal smartphone release schedule.
A couple of months ago, we heard that t a new 5G model from Huawei with the model number “NOH-AN80” has been spotted in the network certification database. Since then, there were rumors that “Huawei 5G is back.” But, we are talking about a new model of the Mate series. According to info from MyDrivers, this device should be arrived as the non-Leica version of the Huawei Mate 40E Pro.
The source claims that NOH-AN80 is now in Huawei’s listing, and it will start supply in the coming weeks. This model will be called Huawei Mate 40E Pro without Leica logo and 5G capability. This version will be having similar hardware as that of the regular version, except the Leica camera branding. The manufacturer has developed its own brand called XMAGE, which focuses on imaging tech, image processing, and optical systems. The Huawei Mate 50 is the first series that has adopted this XMAGE branding.
Specs wise, it comes packed with the Kirin 9000L 6-core chipset, which uses 5nm process technology, and it has 2 GPUs, 2 CPUs, and 1 large NPU less than Kirin 9000. On the front,it has a 90Hz 7.76-inch OLED FULL HD+ display, and a 13MP selfie camera. 50MP+20MP+12MP cameras on the back, and 4,400mAh battery under the hood with 66W fast charging speeds support.