Huawei Mate 50 Series teased, hints at which phones remain functional after their batteries run out


The Huawei Mate 50 series is expected to launch in China on September 6. Ahead of the launch, the company unveiled a new feature of the upcoming series of smartphones via Weibo. In the post, the company said that a Mate 50 series phone will not run out of power even if the battery runs out. This suggests that the company might be working on a feature that will allow the phone to work even if its battery has been completely drained. The smartphone series was previously designed to allow users to make calls and send messages on a drained battery.

The Shenzhen-based smartphone brand teased via Weibo on Thursday the upcoming Huawei Mate 50 series. In the post, the company said, “When the power is exhausted, the energy cannot be exhausted (translated).” This suggests that the Mate 50 series phones might offer the option of using the phone on a completely drained battery.

This is in line with a previous report, which suggested that the Huawei Mate 50 series will allow users to make calls and send messages even after the battery of the device has been depleted. The feature would be part of Harmony OS 3.0, the company’s new operating system. It is also said to be a pre-installed feature. Users can also scan documents and location codes when the battery runs out.

As mentioned earlier, the launch of the Huawei Mate 50 series is confirmed in China on September 6. The series would include the Huawei Mate 50, Huawei Mate 50e, Huawei Mate 50 Pro and Huawei Mate 50 RS.

Huawei recently teased the Mate 50 series with a variable aperture rear camera setup. It is said to allow users to have more control over capturing images. The vanilla Huawei Mate 50 was previously expected to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, paired with 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. It is also designed to sport a 6.28-inch to 6.56-inch OLED display with Full HD resolution and 90Hz refresh rate.


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