We have been seeing rumors pointing to the existence of the Huawei Mate 50 series for a long time. The latest leak showcases an alleged phone case for the Huawei Mate 50 Pro that reveals the device’s camera design. Interestingly, we have another iteration of the series disc rear camera module. This one has four circular openings and two holes for the LED flash and a sensor.
Today, the blogger @pengpengjunjia posted another mobile phone case of the upcoming Huawei Mate 50 Pro. It shows the opening of the rear camera and the side transition of the mobile phone clearly. It’s basically the same as the revelation above. In comparison to the Huawei Mate 50, the phone case picture shows that the Huawei Mate 50 Pro has a larger body size and a more slender ratio. The entire rear module is also larger than the Huawei Mate 50 Pro. Interestingly, another case leak emerged a few days ago.
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According to more recent reports, the upcoming Huawei Mate 50 series will launch in September. The devices will hit the Chinese market between September 5 and September 9. They will face Apple’s iPhone 14 series revelation, which is allegedly happening on September 13. The device will come with HarmonyOS 3.0 straight out of the box. Moreover, the leaks say the phone will be more powerful than the Huawei P50 series. However, it is still a 4G smartphone, which puts it below the competition. Anyway, the Mate 50 Pro will bring a notched screen with face recognition.
The rumors also say that the upcoming Huawei Mate 50 Pro will come in the Porsche Design variant. Unlike Leica, it seems that Porsche is not leaving the boat. The device may bring the 4G tier of the Snapdragon 8 series, but we won’t be surprised to see another variant with the MediaTek Dimensity 9000. Unfortunately, as we mentioned above, there is still no hope for a Huawei flagship bringing 5G connectivity. The initial launch may cover the Chinese market only, but the device may also reach global markets in a limited form later this year. Huawei keeps trying to overcome the restrictions but is inevitably losing ground. Even Honor, its former sub-brand, has been collecting better results.