Huawei Mate 50 series is the hot new topic to discuss these days. And as we get closer to the launch date of the flagship model, more and more rumors are multiplying. At this point, the new information suggests that the Huawei Mate 50 devices will equip the LTPO 1-120Hz refresh rate and a flexible display panel.
As advised by Weibo blogger @DigitalChatStation, Huawei Mate 50 and Mate 50 Pro devices will use a flexible BOE display that supports LTPO technology. Also, it will feature an adaptive refresh rate of 1-120Hz.
The tipster also means that the new diamond-shaped high-scoring display is capable of thriving 2160 PWM (Pulse-Width Modulation) high-frequency dimming. Additionally, the display binds a Q9 substrate which ultimately reduces power consumption by up to 15% compared to previous generation devices.
On the other hand, LTPO technology increases the DCI-P3 color gamut to 116%. As a result, colors and other display contents would be much sharper and more vibrant than before. Also, mindful of how technologies affect our eyes negatively, this screen reduces harmful blue light by up to 6.0%, which will be quite effective for users.
What is the LTPO display?
After learning so much about the Mate 50 series display, you might be wondering what the LTPO refers to. Well, LTPO stands for low temperature polycrystalline oxide. Simply put, it’s a backplane display technology, used for OLED panels that consistently change their refresh rate without any additional rework.
Luckily, it’s a boon in display technology that allows you to enable both – high refresh rate and resolution without consuming a lot of your device’s battery.
Huawei Mate 50 with LTPO – a competitor for Apple iPhone Pro-Motion!
As mentioned, Huawei Mate 50 is a constant topic of discussion among users. But, something else that also caught our attention is the silent war between Huawei Mate 50 and Apple iPhone 14 line. And in this competition, Huawei Mate 50 LTPO technology is a tough contender against Apple iPhone Pro-Motion .
What is Apple iPhone Pro-Motion? This is a productive screen technology that automatically allows the display to refresh at up to 120Hz for a smoother appearance. While the standard refresh rate can only update a display 60 times per second, the Pro-Motion Effect delivers 120Hz at twice the speed.
And it looks like Huawei is about to beat the next iPhone series in terms of display!
Huawei Mate 50 series – New screen, new design
Huawei Mate 50 will leave the mainstream platform with a center hole-punch display design. It will highlight a flat surface with a glossy glass print. As for the Pro version, it will present a screen with a curved edge and a notch on its front face.
In terms of technology, it is reported that the Mate 50 will use the BOE display panel supported by LTPO, which will increase the life of the device by 10%. However, things will get the confirmation tag on launch day.
We also learned that the Apple iPhone 14 series will launch on the same date as the Mate 50 line – September 7th. It will be a dynamic time to catch the two most anticipated fixtures on the exact day. Still, there are chances that Huawei will change the date and make it a little earlier. Let’s see what we’re going to grab initially, in time to come.