At today’s event, apart from the standard Huawei MateView monitor made for office use, the company also uncovered the Huawei MateView GT. The latter is aiming at gamers. That’s why it’s noticeably larger at 34 inches and has a curvature. GT stands for high-performance sports cars. This monitor uses a large number of GT sports car design elements. But we have to say it also provides an outstanding performance as well.
Huawei MateView GT Appearance
The MateView GT display uses a 34-inch curved screen, which has a 1500R curvature. Also, this monitor uses black matte texture plastic. Like the Huawei Mate40 series, it provides a feeling of interstellar gate in a sci-fi movie.
In addition to the screen, the base design of the MateView GT display is also different from the MateView display. Huawei pioneered the SoundBar integrated design. SoundBar is both a base and a speaker. It integrates 5W dual speakers, composed of 2 full-range speakers, and supports 2.0 channels.
This SoundBar also supports touch control. So you can quickly adjust the volume. It has an RGB light effect. The SoundBar integrates 36 independently controlled RGB lights that support a variety of lighting effects.
In terms of interfaces, the Huawei MateView GT has HDMI/DP/Type-C three ports.
Huawei MateView GT Display
The Huawei MateView GT display uses a 21:9 ultra-wide ratio, a resolution of 3440×1444, a refresh rate of 165Hz, a brightness of 350 nits, and supports HD10 certification.
In terms of color, the Huawei MateView GT monitor uses a 10-bit color depth panel. The latter can display 1.07 billion colors, supports 90% DCI-P3 color gamut, 100% sRGB color gamut, and also achieves professional-grade ΔE<2 color accuracy. So it is suitable for playing games, for office and graphic design. At the same time, 21:9 also has an ultra-wide field of view.
Similarly, the MateView GT monitor also supports the German Rheinland dual eye protection certification. So long-term use won’t cause a visual fatigue.
For gamers specifically, it has the exclusive Free-Sync Premium anti-tear technology. The latter can also avoid screen tearing and wrong frames even in the case of 165Hz high refresh rate. Plus, there is an additional game optimizations, such as dark-level enhancement, front sight assistance and other functions. This is also a common auxiliary function of e-sports displays.
Price And Availability. The Huawei MateView GT monitor is 3599 yuan ($559) and it will go on sale on June 1.