The Huawei Mate 50 Pro will be available in Europe starting tomorrow. It comes alone, that is the vanilla Mate 50, the RS Porsche Design and the 50E will not be joining it (at least for now).
Only one version of the Mate 50 Pro is on offer – 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage. Storage is expandable, but you will need to get one of Huawei’s NM cards (256GB max) and put it in the SIM2 slot. Anyway, you can choose between Silver and Black colorways.
The phone costs £1,200 on the Huawei UK online store and €1,200 on the German one. If you get one this month you will be eligible for a number of goodies, starting with a free pair of FreeBuds Pro 2 (£170/€200). Additionally, you will get 6 months of Accident Screen Damage Protection for free.
To top it off, there is a 3-month subscription for Huawei Cloud Storage (200GB) and a 3-month membership to Runtastic (both free, of course). By the way, on the off chance you weren’t aware – Huawei was forced to its own way software-wise, so the Mate 50 Pro runs EMUI 13 (based on Android 12) and uses the company’s AppGallery store.
For more details on the phone, check out our review.
I have P30 pro from 3 years. Working without mistake. The battery is ok for min 20 hours. No worries about that. Satisfied with the P30 pro. Wait for upgrade.
I have mate 20 lite, change the battery and the screen, still like a rock
I'm on mate 20 pro, bought it when it was released, solid like a rock after so many falls and works as expected, the battery is still very well and allows me to go tho heavy work daily without charging it