Huawei launches MateView SE, the ideal monitor for work and study

Huawei launches MateView SE, the ideal monitor for work and study

Huawei launches MateView SE

In a press release, Huawei announced MateView SE, its new monitor that supports a wide color gamut while offering excellent eye protection. From a specification point of view, the product features a 23.8 ″ FullHD resolution panel with a maximum refresh rate of 75Hz that has achieved TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light and Flicker Free certification and SGS Low Visual Fatigue certification. Thanks to these features, Huawei MateView SE presents itself as a perfect monitor for both work and study.

The faithful chromatic reproduction of colors is guaranteed by the support of 90% of the P3 range and 100% of that sRGB. In addition, before leaving the manufacturing plant, each monitor is individually calibrated to ensure ∆E color accuracy, ideal for graphic designers and video editors. In case you want to relax with some video games, Huawei MateView SE also supports AMD Freesync technology, which uses adaptive synchronization technology to avoid stuttering and tearing problems for a smoother gaming experience.

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Pier Giorgio Furcas, Deputy General Manager Huawei Consumer Business Group Italy , said:

With the announcement of HUAWEI MateView SE, which enriches the MateView monitor family, we want to give further confirmation of our commitment to becoming more and more an ecosystem company close to the needs of consumers with the creation of increasingly useful products in everyday life. The success of the other MateView monitors confirms how well the company has been able to raise industry standards and we are confident that consumers will welcome the MateView SE with the same enthusiasm that has been directed at all of our new displays to date.

The HUAWEI MateView SE monitor is already available at the price of € 199.90 and all those who purchase it by September 5th will be able to take advantage of an exclusive coupon with a 10% discount on the product that can be spent on the Huawei Store.

Huawei’s Mate series to return with the Mate 50 next month

Huawei today teased the first new model of its flagship Mate line in years. It’ll be launching the Huawei Mate 50 on September 5, just days before Apple is expected to hold the iPhone 14 launch. It would be the first time Huawei has launched a Mate phone since the Mate 40 in 2020. That’s no surprise. The company’s smartphone business has seen a decline ever since being barred from western markets, with not even sales in its home market of China able to make up for the shortfall.

Huawei made the announcement on Weibo, teasing the September 6 launch. We’re not quite sure what to expect from Huawei on this one. A Mate 50, a Mate 50 Pro, or even a Mate 50 Porsche edition are par for the course. Some other reports claim that Huawei is also planning a cheaper Mate 50E.

Huawei P50 Pro and Honor Magic4 ProAndy Boxall/Digital Trends

As with all Huawei phones, the Mate 50 will run a modified version of Android that the company calls HarmonyOS. Huawei is still unable to use Android proper, so don’t expect any Google Play apps and services. The company’s replacement app store, the aptly named App Gallery, has seen a steady influx of apps and games over the year, but it’s still nowhere near what you’d expect from a typical Android phone.

As such, Huawei is not expected to bring this phone outside China. If it did, it would still have to contend with the lack of Google services. Sure, it’s a Huawei phone, and it is guaranteed to have excellent cameras, but so are phones from Xiaomi, Oppo, and OnePlus as well as the staples of Samsung and Apple. This doesn’t mean that Huawei’s Mate-inspired technology wouldn’t eventually trickle out of China. Former sub-brand Honor, now an independent company, still uses a lot of Huawei’s stylings. In a year or so, perhaps, the latest Honor Magic phone may yet bring the Mate 50’s best features to Europe and the U.S.

The Mate 50 itself, on the other hand, is not expected to show up.

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