Huawei Mate70: A Notch Above Pura70

Five Reasons to Be Excited About the Upcoming Huawei Mate70 Series

First Point: Enhanced Imaging

Rumors suggest that the Huawei Mate70 series will feature Haoweii sensors across the board, with the standard version equipped with the OV50H main sensor, while the high-end version will sport the OV50K main sensor.

The OV50K is a brand-new sensor commercially produced by Haoweii this year, boasting a large 1/1.3-inch sensor size. Its standout feature is the support for LOFIC technology.

Crucially, the OV50K offers an unprecedented 15EV dynamic range, surpassing Sony’s LTY900 at 14EV. A higher dynamic range allows for better capturing and retaining of details in both highlight and shadow areas, thus avoiding overexposure or underexposure issues.

Combined with Huawei’s XMAGE imaging technology, the pressure on photography will naturally be significantly reduced.

Second Point: Kirin Processor Upgrade

While the improvement in the Kirin 9010 processor is significant, it’s still only a slight iteration of the Kirin 9000S processor without any major enhancements.

Almost every year, Huawei’s Mate series tends to unveil a brand-new processor. It is expected that the same will happen with the Huawei Mate70 series.

It’s likely that the new Kirin processor will not only see a considerable performance boost but also a notable upgrade in terms of process technology. The power consumption control performance is also expected to be more impressive. Therefore, users can patiently await its arrival.

Third Point: HarmonyOS Star River Version

According to Huawei’s plan, the HarmonyOS Star River version is expected to be available to consumers in the fourth quarter of this year, most likely debuting with the Mate70 series set for release around September.

This new system version is anticipated to bring better performance and will come with the Panggu Great Model embedded, promising significant AI advancements.

Moreover, the ecosystem surrounding the current HarmonyOS system has seen substantial improvements, with many app developers joining the HarmonyOS ecosystem. With more manufacturers likely to join the market in the future, the user experience is bound to get even better.

Fourth Point: Supply Speed

Let’s be honest, from the Huawei Mate60 series to the Huawei Nova12 series, and then to the Huawei Pura70 series, the supply speed hasn’t been particularly swift.

However, judging by the performance of the Huawei Mate60 series, it was relatively easy to get hold of the new device in about two months. The same could be expected for the Huawei Pura70 series.

Furthermore, Huawei’s development pace has been gradually picking up. Hence, it shouldn’t be long before the pressure on the supply side eases considerably.

As a result, the supply speed will likely increase, meaning that users who prefer to wait for the right moment should not have to endure long waiting times, which is definitely something to look forward to.

Fifth Point: Exclusive Selling Points

Looking at the performance of the Huawei Pura70 series, it indeed boasted some attractive unique selling points, especially the retractable lens, which proved to be a market success.

As the Huawei Mate70 series is also a premium flagship lineup, it is bound to bring its fair share of surprises. Combining previous market rumors, Huawei is said to have independently developed ultrasonic fingerprint technology.

It is highly likely that the Huawei Mate70 series will incorporate this technology to offer users a fresh unlocking experience on their screens.

As for the incorporation of other exclusive features, all we can do now is patiently wait, as there are expected to be quite a few pleasant surprises in store.

In conclusion, the Huawei Mate70 series undeniably holds strong appeal. For Huawei fans, perhaps it’s worth waiting for. What are your thoughts on this matter? Feel free to share your opinions.

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