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The MateBook X Pro has always been Huawei's premiere laptop - more capable than the fanless MateBook X, far sleeker than the more powerful 16-inchers in Huawei's range, and better than most other laptops on the market.

It started out as Huawei's MacBook Air competitor but has evolved into a class of its own and has been almost unmatched in it, pound for pound.

Let's begin with unboxing and comparisons with the 2021. The MateBook X Pro 2022 Core-i7 comes with a 90W charger, a USB cable, and a USB-C to HDMI dongle. The brick is adaptable, offering different outputs ranging from 10W, through 27W, 36W, 75W, and 90W.

The Core-i5 model ships with a 65W charger. Both are Huawei Super Charge certified but will supply most PD fast charging devices with the correct combination of amps and volts.

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The MateBook X Pro 2022 is the biggest update to the lineup since its inception in 2017. This year's model retains the 3:2 aspect display, but at 14.2-inch, making it the first in the series to move past the 13.9-inch diagonal, and the panel refreshes faster at 90Hz. Also, the display is rated brighter at 500 nits.

There are two USB-C ports on each side - that's one more port than the outgoing model, and the touchpad has grown, now edging over the rim of the keyboard deck. There's also a webcam in the proper place - above the display, not hidden under a secret button on the keyboard.

The new laptop boasts a six-speaker setup, two more than its predecessor. There's also a slightly bigger battery with faster charging.

The final big jump over the MateBook X 2021 is down to Intel's 12th-gen processors. The Core i7-1260P is a generational leap over the Core i7-1165G7 we had in last year's model.

Now that we've covered how the MateBook X Pro 2022 improves on its predecessor, let's take a deeper dive into its design and build quality.

Body, display, sound, keyboard, and touchpad

The Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 comes in White, Ink Blue, and this decidedly purple Space Gray shade we have for review. Sadly the lovely Emerald Green isn't on the shelves this year.

The laptop weighs 1.38kg and is 310mm wide, 221mm deep, and 15.6mm thick.

Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 review

It has, for the most part, retained the full-sized keyboard of its predecessor. As before, the arrow keys are bunched together.

Key travel is good at 1.5mm and typing is enjoyable on this combination of chicklet style and good size, as it was last year.

The keyboard is still flanked by speaker grilles and there's a round power button-slash-fingerprint reader in the upper right corner.

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There's a small Huawei plaque under the keyboard that's new on this year's model. Also new is the bigger touchpad. Huawei calls it the Free Touch touchpad and it's solid state, meaning that any clicks you feel are vibrations from a motor underneath the glass.

You can tune the vibration strength as well as the sensitivity of the touchpad. There are intuitive gestures you can do as well - taking a screenshot by knocking on the touchpad twice with your knuckles, adjusting the brightness and volume with swipes on either edge of the touchpad, and closing an app by pressing in the top right corner. Learn these and you'll speed up your workflow immensely.

Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 review

The touchpad spills over to the edge of the frame of the MateBook X Pro 2022, creating a lovely infinity pool effect. It doesn't hinder opening and closing, which can be done with a single finger. The four microphones are facing you, underneath the touchpad.

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The six-speaker array on the MateBook X Pro 2022 sounds sublime. These are, by far, the best laptop speakers we've had at HQ, outside of the MacBook Pro 14's. And it's closer than you'd think.

We measured around 88dB at arm's length but the sound quality is what's impressive. Mids are pronounced and crisp but there's also some solid, quality-feeling rumble from music, that we were unprepared for from a laptop.

Huawei Sound allows you to optimize the quality through three settings - Smart Optimization which balances detail and bass, the self-explanatory Ultra-bass, and Sound Turbo, which simulates spacial audio.

Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 review

The MateBook X Pro 2022 doesn't compromise on biometric options - you get a fingerprint scanner inside the power button and infrared face scanning above the display. Both are excellent for different reasons - the fingerprint scanner supports caching so it will wake up the laptop and log you in with a single tap, while the Windows Hello camera is one of the fastest we've used.

The camera itself has 720p resolution and supports Huawei's suite of virtual backgrounds. You get to pick between Office, Caffe, Meeting room among other and you can also apply a Beauty filter. There's auto-centering, which leverages the wide field of view to keep you in the center.

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Windows Hello options

There are a total of five ports on the Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 - on the left, a 3.5mm audio jack and two USB-C's; and two more USB-C's on the right. The two USB's on the left are 40Gbps Thunderbolt 4, while those on the right are non-Thunderbolt compliant, but all four ports support charging, data transfer, as well as display connectivity.

What's convenient is that you can charge the laptop from any of the four USB-C ports at the fastest Super Charge speed.

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All USB-C on both sides, no USB-A

The display is the centerpiece and the best feature of the MateBook X Pro 2022. It's slightly bigger (14.2-inch vs 13.9-inch), and higher resolution (3,120x2,080px, 264ppi vs 3,000x2,000px, 260ppi) than its predecessor, and it refreshes faster at 90Hz (but it runs at 60Hz by default).

The panel is rated at 1.07 billion colors with a 1500:1 contrast. It supports the DCI-P3 and sRGB color gamuts and is VESA DisplayHDR 400 certified to deliver HDR content at up to 400 nits. It's also a 10-point touchscreen.

This year's display is rated at 500 nits, up from 450 nits on the previous model. But while last year's model outdid its rating by 30 nits at 480, the MateBook X Pro 2022 scored a whopping 580 nits at the center. It got down to as low as 500 nits in the corners, which isn't perfect uniformity but you're unlikely to notice. Suffice it to say this is one very bright display.

The only thing letting this screen down is the higher-than-average reflectivity. You can see any sort of light source reflected on the glass to the point where it can become a hindrance. It diminishes the bright panel's performance outdoors but is an issue indoors as well.

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Huawei enables panel settings for its most-advanced displays and you can choose whether the screen is in the more vibrant DCI-P3 or sRGB. Selecting sRGB tones down the display to 8-bit and lowers the contrast and saturation, compared to the 10-bit DCI-P3. DCI-P3 has a 26% wider color gamut in comparison.

We love this feature because it makes it a whole lot easier to choose the right setting for your needs. You can choose sRGB for photo editing and DCI-P3 for video editing, or watching a movie.

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Performance and battery life

Huawei's PC Manager app is a perfect companion. It encompasses all of the special settings and features like Huawei Sound, the camera settings, and Huawei's Free Touch touchpad, but it also automatically updates the drivers and keeps the machine running smoothly.

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It's also where you choose a performance profile, with a choice of Balanced and Performance.

This year's Intel processors have adopted the big.LITTLE architecture of most smartphone chips, and Apple's ARM-based M1 and M2 processors. You have two clusters of cores - performance cores and efficient cores.

The Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 comes with a choice of the Intel Core i5-1240P and the Core i7-1260P. The Core i7-1260P has 4 performance cores, 8 efficiency cores, and 16 threads. That's a big jump from last year's Core i7-1165G7, which had 4 cores and 8 threads. The i7-1260P also has a much larger L3 cache - 18MP vs the 12MP of the 11th-gen model.

The GPU is the same Intel Iris Xe G7, which can handle light gaming and photo editing. There's no discrete GPU option on the MateBook X Pro 2022.

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Compared to its predecessor, the Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 scored 18% better in single-core and 49% better in multi-core in Geekbench. It's a great example of the new architecture's potential and its performance leap over 11th-gen.

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In Cinebench R23, the single-core score is 10% better than the 11th-gen Core i7 and 30% better in multi-core. The multi-core and multi-thread performance bump will be most felt in apps like Photoshop and video editing suite DaVinci Resolve, where computing is more important than graphics hardware.

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Cinebench R23

One letdown of the MateBook X Pro 2022 is the SSD. It's a 512GB SK Hynix PCIe 3.0 SSD that scored respectable numbers but is a generation old for the MateBook X Pro 2022's motherboard. You could enjoy nearly double the speeds if you swap the preloaded SSD with a PCIe 4.0-class unit, like the one we had in our Honor MagicBook 14 2022 unit.

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The Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022's thermal performance is on par with that of its predecessor - at peak load, we measured 42°C at the center of the keyboard - not something you'll notice under normal use.

When plugged in and in the Balanced setting, the MateBook X Pro 2022 will ramp up for a brief stint at around 3.0Ghz and then throttle down to 1.7GHz where it stays for as long as you need it to. The laptop was warm in the center and under the display but the touchpad and keyboard deck were cool. The fans were almost inaudible in an office environment.

When plugged in and Performance mode things are a little different. After the same peak the laptop was maintaining the higher 1.9GHz-2.0GHz speeds with a slight increase in fan noise and warmth. This is the mode you should enable if you need maximum performance.

The i7-1260P couldn't sustain the same level of performance when the laptop was unplugged. It dropped down to 1.4GHz with the occasional spike up to 1.7GHz. The upside is that in this scenario, the fans are much quieter and the laptop never reached 40°C.

Huawei has tuned the MateBook X Pro 2022 to be a refined office laptop - a noticeable detriment to the potential of its 12th-gen Intel processor. However, you can still unlock some reasonable performance when you plug in and enable Performance mode (Fn+P or through the PC Manager app).

Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 review

The Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 comes with a 60Wh battery, slightly bigger than its predecessor's 56Wh. However, it scored lower in our continuous browsing test - 6:00 hours of continuous browsing at 100% screen brightness and 8:30 hours at 50% screen brightness. Compared to the 2021 model's 8 hours at 100% brightness and 12:30 hours at 50% brightness. The older laptop could score better due to a combination of the dimmer display and less-powerful processor.

The MateBook X Pro 2022 achieved 5:30 hours of continuous YouTube streaming at 50% brightness and 50% volume - good, but not the best in this class.


The Huawei MateBook X Pro 2022 16GB/1TB costs €2,199, CNY 10,999, which is about the same as an Apple MacBook Air M2 16GB/1TB (€2,189), Dell XPS 13 Plus 16GB/1TB (€2,200), cheaper than the 16GB/1TB Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Carbon Gen 10 (€2,600), and more expensive than the 16GB/1TB Asus Zenbook 14X OLED (2022) (€1,799) - all prices valid at the time of writing.

Those are among the best laptops in this category but there are other, AMD-based ones as well. You can find a cheaper device if you're willing to look at older models with Intel's 11th-gen or AMD's 5000 series processors. Huawei's own MateBook X Pro 2021 is wickedly-priced at €1,099 at the moment.

Last year's MateBook X Pro 2021 stood taller than its competition on the shoulders of its excellent screen and unmatched design and build quality. It was almost impossible to match it for the price. This year the competition has caught on a bit - more and more laptops sport the kind of svelte design and blistering screen brightness as the MateBook X Pro.

All of this leads to the question - is the MateBook X Pro 2022 a worthy successor to the great lineup? And our answer is yes, absolutely. It's a special laptop from every angle. It has a very bright, crisp, and seamless display, great keyboard, superb touchpad, excellent specs and ports, and good battery life. You will absolutely be happy owning one.

But then comes the harder question - is the MateBook X Pro 2022 a great deal? We'd say no. It certianly isn't €1,100 better than its predecessor. It's often how things work with latest cutting-edge technology, isn't it? But while stocks last we'd get the superb 1-year-old model and go on a vacation with the rest of the cash. Yolo!

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Killexams : Huawei’s Mate 50 Pro is here with an insane 200x zoom

Huawei today announced the international release of its Mate 50 flagship. The phone, formerly released in China exclusively, will now be making its way to Europe. It’ll bring features like satellite-aided texting, a powerful set of cameras, and an elegant design for just a little over 1,000 euros ($961).

Starting with the design, Huawei’s front brings back the notch that was once banished from Android phones. It’s wider than what you’d see on an iPhone 13 or iPhone 14, and the company says that’s where its facial unlock system lives. The rear of the device looks distinct, though, with the company’s “Space Ring” housing its impressive cameras. Texture-wise, it comes in both glass and vegan leather finishes. The glass model comes in silver and black, while the vegan leather can be purchased in orange. The “Kunlun Glass” on the orange device is apparently 10x more drop resistant than what you’d find on the black or silver models, and there’s IP68 protection.

Huawei's Mate 50 Pro set over a sunset.

As with all of Huawei’s flagship products, the company focuses on its camera experience. There are three rear cameras, a 50-megapixel main camera, a 13MP wide-angle one, and a 64MP telephoto lens for taking images from a distance with a zoom range of up to 200x (as well as really good portrait shots). Huawei also plays up the macro capabilities of the ultrawide camera, noting that it supports maco video shooting as well. Huawei hoghlights the first “10-scale adjustable physical aperture and most versatile photography capabilities ever seen on a Mate smartphone.”

Huawei is also bringing features that would not have gone amiss on the latest iPhone. This means satellite-aided texting for when you’re out of cellular range (in Mainland China, though), and a low-battery Emergency Mode that gives you three hours of stand time when your phone falls to 1%.

Commenting on the release, Richard Yu, Huawei’s executive director of the board, said: “Over the past decade, the Mate Series has consistently pushed the envelope to make groundbreaking innovations broadly accessible. Each new generation of Mate smartphones has brought together a whole host of state-of-the-art Huawei technologies. The Huawei Mate 50 Series continues this proud legacy, introducing pioneering innovations and providing a breath of fresh air.”

Huawei’s Mate 50 will be priced at 1,300 euros ($1,250) for the black and silver models, which come with 8GB RAM/256GB, while the orange model is available with 8GB RAM/512GB and will be priced at 1,400 euros ($1,346). As with all Huawei phones over the past few years, there’s the caveat of it not running Google-certified Android, which means no Google Play Store apps and all that entails. Former subbrand Honor often features technology from Huawei, so you’d probably have the option to try 0ut a device that could pass for a Huawei one with Google’s apps.

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Launched in China earlier in the month, Huawei's Mate 50 Pro has now been officially launched in Europe, coming with a suite of fancy tech including a changeable-aperture camera, but still without Google services or 5G connectivity. Two points that somewhat sting especially considering the phone's £1,160 price tag. 

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The Mate series has typically been where Huawei has thrown some of its best innovations, and the 50 Pro seems to keep that spirit going. Alongside the 13-megapixel ultrawide and 64-megapixel telephoto cameras, the main 50-megapixel camera packs an aperture that can be changed from f/1.4 through to f/4. Shoot with it wide open, and it'll let in more light (up to 24% more, Huawei reckons) and supply that attractive out-of-focus "bokeh" to your portrait shots. Stop it down to f/4 and you'll get more of your shot in focus. 

Samsung's Galaxy S8 packed a similar system, having just two aperture options. The Mate 50 Pro uses six aperture blades to vary the size of the opening, just like a professional camera lens. How much impact this has on images in real life remains to be seen. 

The 6.74-inch OLED display has a 120Hz refresh rate, is HDR-certified and is covered in a material Huawei calls ceramic glass that's been toughened at temperatures reaching 1,600 degrees Celsius. The company reckons it's the most impact-resistant screen around -- a claim I'm more than happy to test when I get one (or maybe two, just to be safe) in my hands. 


Huawei reckons its display covering is the toughest around.


The phone is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor, but crucially this is a 4G-only version as Huawei is unable to use 5G networks due to ongoing restrictions from the US. Those same restrictions also mean that, as with other exact Huawei phones, the Mate 50 Pro will not have any Google services, including Gmail, Chrome or the Google Play Store. While Huawei's own app store has grown significantly in exact years, it's still lacking many big names, and if you love playing the latest games along with your Android- or iOS-owning friends then it's likely not going to suit. 

The lack of 5G and Google services would be a significant problem for even a budget phone, but at a starting price of 1,299 euros (which converts to £1,160 or $1,255, although it's not likely to go on sale in the US in its lifetime) the phone is astonishingly expensive considering its glaring omissions. 

  • 6.74-inch, 2,616x1,212-pixel display
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • IP68 water resistance
  • In-screen fingerprint scanner
  • 4,700mAh battery
  • 66W fast charging, 50W wireless charging
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor (4G only)
  • 50-megapixel main camera, 13-megapixel ultrawide camera, 64-megapixel telephoto camera (3.5x optical zoom)
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Killexams : Huawei MatePad Pro 11 (2022) Review: Outstanding Sound & Excellent Display

Huawei makes some of the best tablets on the market these days. It’s a shame they don’t come with Google services, but if you don’t need Google apps, these tablets are extremely well equipped. Huawei usually nails the design, and they usually perform really well, and have a lot to offer. The same is the case with the Huawei MatePad Pro 11 (2022), actually, as you’ll be able to find out in our review.

Huawei’s new tablet does come with some improvements in comparison to last year’s model, not to mention a new and improved case. I’m going to ramble on about that case for quite some time, probably, as it’s easily the best tablet case I’ve used to date. In any case, let’s get this party started, shall we? We’ll kick things off with the design, and cover various different aspects of this thing. I’ve used it for about two weeks before typing this review, just to be completely transparent.

Premium-feeling with thin bezels

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The first thing you’ll notice when you power on this thing is that it has thin bezels. Huawei’s edge detection is really good, luckily, so you can comfortably grip it without a problem. There is also a display camera hole in the top-left corner (looking from a landscape orientation). This tablet is only 5.9mm thick, or should we say thin. It weighs 449 grams, and it’s actually quite comfortable to use. I’ve used noticeably thicker and heavier 11-inch tablets.

One thing to note, is that this weight is made possible by the use of plastic, I’d say. I was unable to find any clear information on what materials Huawei used, and even though the frame feels extremely nice and solid, it doesn’t seem to be cool enough for it to be metal. I could be wrong. The backplate feels like paper, on the other hand. That is great, in a way, as it’s less slippery than glass. I’m not sure what material is this, but it’s matte, and it doesn’t seem to be too prone to collecting fingerprints, at least not yet.

An audio jack is not included, unfortunately

Huawei, unfortunately, decided not to include a 3.5mm headphone jack on this tablet. That is an odd decision in my eyes, for tablets, but there you have it. The buttons are very clicky, and feel really nice to use, no complaints there. There is no IP certification here, or anything of the sort, so you might want to watch out for rain and whatnot.

Two great first-party accessories are on offer

The Huawei MatePad Pro 11 (2022) launched with some interesting accessories. Do note that both of these are sold separately. One is a case that you definitely should get if you’re buying this tablet, and the other is Huawei’s M-Pencil stylus. Let’s talk about the case first, shall we.

The best case + keyboard combo I’ve ever used

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This year’s MatePad Pro comes with a redesigned Smart Magnetic Keyboard case. This is the best case I’ve ever used for a tablet. You’re getting this leather-like feel, which is not too slippery. It’s a bit smoother than your regular leather would be, and it feels really nice to the touch. This case is actually a combination of two different parts, which connect one to the other with magnets. One part is the keyboard, and it covers the tablet’s display when connected. You can disconnect it, in which case you end up with a back side of the case, which is magnetically attached to the tablet at all times. There’s also a kickstand on the back.

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When the keyboard is connected, you can unfold this case so that it stands on its own, and that the keyboard sits in front of you. The tablet itself remains magnetized to both pieces of the case, and you can type away. The keyboard is actually still really good, as it was on previous iterations of this case. It’s a chiclet-style keyboard, and considering how very little space Huawei had to provide depth for key travel, the company did an amazing job. All in all, it feels like a great case, and a modular one at that. I simply loved using it.

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Huawei’s very own stylus is quite useful

You can also buy the second-gen Huawei M-Pencil for this tablet. It’s not as fancy as an S Pen, but it’s far more than your regular stylus. This tablet comes with various features made for this stylus, and it actually feels nice to use. You’re getting two replaceable tips on the inside, and if you’re into sketching, you can really do a lot with this. It has extremely low latency, and 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity.

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Charging it is really easy, as it magnetizes to the side of the tablet, and charges that way. That’s also how it connects to the tablet, so it’s really seamless. Truth be said, I didn’t use it much, except for testing, as I’m not really good at sketching, and I didn’t really find another use for it. That being said, I never really preferred using styluses, so… there you have it. If you do, chances are you’ll like this one.

The Huawei MatePad Pro 11 (2022) has an excellent, color-accurate display

The Huawei MatePad Pro 11 (2022) has a gorgeous display. It is an 11-inch QHD (2560 x 1600) OLED display. It can project up to 1 billion colors, and it is TUV Rheinland certification (display 3.0 certification). This tablet has around a 92-percent screen-to-body ratio, and the display offers a wide P3 color gamut. It is also equipped with 1,440Hz high-frequency PWM dimming, and we’re looking at 274 ppi here.

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On paper, it seems to be a great display, and the same goes for real-life use. If you prefer editing your images on a tablet, and you need a truly color-accurate display, this one will do. It also has great viewing angles, it’s quite vivid, and the brightness will be enough for most people, as long as you don’t use it much in direct sunlight. The touch sensitivity is also great, and quite frankly, I don’t have major complaints here.

The performance is great, despite an older SoC

There are two versions of this tablet, one comes with the Snapdragon 888 SoC, and the other with the Snapdragon 870. We tested the latter, so that’s the one we’ll focus on here. There are 8GB and 12GB RAM models, and we tested the former, with 256GB of storage. The tablet worked really well during our usage. For everyday stuff, and even heavier multitasking, we didn’t have any issues. The Snapdragon 870 is still a very powerful processor, and in combination with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 flash storage, there were no issues. A hiccup here and there was present, as on almost every device, but nothing worth singling out.

Games ran perfectly fine

I did try out a couple of games during my testing, though do note that Huawei’s AppGallery is still quite limited when it comes to games. I couldn’t test Genshin Impact, Call of Duty, or anything of the sort. Truth be said, I did find some interesting games to check out, though, such as Rise of Kingdoms and Asphalt 9. They both ran fine, and the tablet never got hot, not even too warm, to be quite honest. Too bad more popular games are not available, though. I’m hoping we’ll see more of them in the AppGallery moving forward.

Battery life is not something you will need to worry about

Depending on which variant you get, you’ll get different charging speeds. Both models do include an 8,300mAh battery. The Snapdragon 888 model comes with 66W charging, while the Snapdragon 870 variant supports 40W charging. Both variants do come with a charging brick, by the way.

The battery life on this thing has been great. So, I used it in two different ways, just to get you the most accurate info. The first was with some heavy gaming. I cranked it up over the weekend, and played games quite a bit. The tablet managed to go through over 8 hours of that. In more regular usage, I was able to go over 11 hours on a single charge, over the course of two days. So, yeah, the battery life is not a problem, at all.

The cameras managed to surprise me

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I don’t really like talking about tablet cameras, as they’re usually really bad. Well, that’s not really the case here. They’re not great, just to be clear, and they can’t compete with smartphones, but for a tablet, they’re pretty good.

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Huawei opted for a 13-megapixel main camera on the back, and even included an 8-megapixel ultrawide unit as well. On the front, you’re getting a 16-megapixel selfie shooter. Let’s start with the front-facing camera. It is actually quite good. Even in dimmer lighting, it ends up providing an image that is brighter than the actual scene. It’s more than passable for video calls, which is what you should be using this for.

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The two cameras on the back can actually take some really nice, sharp, and vivid images in good lighting. Things do change when the light goes away, though. In terms of video recording, the footage is quite shaky, due to the lack of EIS, but the image quality is good.

If you plan on using its cameras, this is the tablet to get

So, you can use these cameras and not be completely disappointed, but people really should stay away from taking pictures and videos with tablets. It’s nice to see that OEMs do their best to offer options in that regard, but the vast majority of people probably never fire up rear cameras on tablets. There are always exceptions, of course.

It has some of the best speakers on tablets, period

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This is the company’s first tablet to come with ‘Huawei Sound’, which we’ve seen in the company’s laptops. There are six custom speakers included here, and the sound is… excellent. So, even if you’re holding your tablet in a position for gaming, you won’t exactly be able to block the sound. You will, partially, but not nearly enough to make you not enjoy it. If you’re watching a movie, listening to music, or something like that, and you have this thing sitting down or propped up, you’ll be able to truly enjoy it. These are side-facing speakers, and they do offer plenty of bass as well. These are some of the best speakers I’ve ever seen on a tablet, actually, maybe even the best ones. One thing to note, though, sound-wise, is that there is no 3.5mm headphone jack included here. Bluetooth 5.1 is on offer here, and the Snapdragon 888 model comes with Bluetooth 5.2.

The software is really good, but…

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The Huawei MatePad Pro 11 (2022) is equipped with Android 12, though it comes without Google services. That is the case with all Huawei devices these days due to the US ban. What you do get is Huawei’s own services, and app store, the so-called AppGallery. Before we get into that, however, do note that HarmonyOS 3 comes pre-installed on top of Android here. That being said, AppGallery grew immensely over the last couple of years. Huawei invested a lot in its development, and the investments do continue.

You may not find all apps & games you’re looking for

There are a lot of apps and games available there, but still, quite a few popular ones are missing. If you’re used to having all the apps readily available in the Google Play Store, you’ll likely miss some here. Also, you cannot use Google apps. Well, you can try sideloading them, and some may work, which is kind of odd, but not all will. Plus you may experience problems with the ones that are working. The selection of games is not that great either, as Genshin Impact is not here, nor is Call of Duty, and so on. Sideloading apps / games is always an option, and Huawei has a solution for that as well, in form of Petal Search.

There are many multitasking features built-in

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If you do not need Google apps, however, and you already checked AppGallery for the apps relevant to you, that’s great. Then there’s really nothing that should stop you from buying this tablet, as the software is really good. The animations are buttery smooth, as is the general performance of HarmonyOS 3. That is not surprising at all. You also do get a number of features that take advantage of that large display, such as advanced multitasking.
It’s possible to enlarge folders to make them more tablet-friendly, and then launch apps directly from them. You can easily open apps in windows, utilize a split screen feature, and so on. Such features are usually just a swipe away, or a couple of taps. Using the tablet feels really nice, especially in collaboration with its keyboard.

The Huawei MatePad Pro 11 (2022) is not for everyone, but it’s great nonetheless

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Starting at €649 the Huawei MatePad Pro 11 (2022) is not cheap by any means. However, Huawei did a great job with it. This tablet runs really smoothly, even during those prolonged gaming sessions, and all that despite the fact it doesn’t have the latest and greatest SoC. It has a great display with excellent touch response, and really fluid software. Even its cameras are serviceable, and if you do choose to get some accessories for it, you won’t be sorry.

However, if you do install tons of obscure apps on your devices, or need some specific ones that are not available in the AppGallery, well, you may have a problem. You can always sideload, but be careful while you do it. Google apps are also out of the question. What I’m trying to say is, the main problem with the tablet is caused by the US ban on Huawei. This product, on its own, is really great, and premium-feeling. It’s up to you to decide whether it’s worth it to you.

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Killexams : Our Huawei nova 10 Pro video review is now out

Huawei's latest upper-midrange smartphone, the nova 10 Pro, finally got introduced to the European market at IFA in Berlin last month, after an initial announcement back in July. The handset continues in the tradition of the nova series - offering a very pretty package with plenty of smarts on the inside too.

We've already gone hands-on with it back at IFA, and our full in-depth written review is coming very soon - definitely stay tuned for that. While you wait, perhaps you'd like to get a taste of our findings, though? The most important ones, perhaps? Well then, we have just the thing for you - it's our video review! This time we're doing things a little differently, as usually our written reviews come out before the video version. You can think of this as a teaser of sorts for the written review.

As always, Will goes into every single important part of the smartphone, outlining the essentials you need to know about its design and build quality, screen, fingerprint scanner, speakers, storage, software, performance, battery life and charging, and of course, camera image quality.

Make sure to watch the full video in order to find out how good of a fit this smartphone would be for your needs in late 2022. And don't forget to check back for the in-depth written review in a few days!

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Killexams : Huawei Mate 50 Pro launches internationally, but nobody cares

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Killexams : Huawei's Mate 50 Pro with variable aperture camera gets an international launch
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Huawei's Mate series of flagship-class smartphones has always been a showcase for handset innovation, and this year's Mate 50 Pro continues that tradition, introducing a 50MP Ultra Aperture camera with a 10-size adjustable physical aperture. Unveiled in China on September 6, the Mate 50 Pro has now launched on the international market. 

Huawei continues to labour under the weight of US sanctions, which explains the absence of Google Mobile Services and lack of 5G support in the Mate 50 Pro's Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. The Mate 50 Pro also uses Chinese-made Kunlun Glass rather than Gorilla Glass to protect the 6.74-inch, 120Hz OLED display.  

Compared to the Chinese version of the Mate 50 Pro, the international model runs EMUI 13, based on open-source Android, rather than HarmonyOS 3.0, and lacks satellite messaging support due to its use of the Beidou system. 

Here's how the Mate 50 Pro stacks up against its Mate 40 Pro predecessor: 

Huawei Mate 50 Pro Huawei Mate 40 Pro
Dimensions 75.5mm x 162.1mm x 8.5mm 75.5mm x 162.9mm x 9.1mm (glass back)/9.5mm (leather back)
Weight 209g (glass back), 205g (vegan leather back) 212g
Colours silver, black (glass back), orange (vegan leather back) silver, white, black, green, yellow
Display 6.74-inch OLED, 2616 x 1212 pixels (428ppi), 120Hz refresh, 300Hz touch sampling, 10-bit colour (1.07bn colours), 100% DCI-P3 6.76-inch OLED, 2772 x 1344 pixels (456ppi), 90Hz refresh, 240Hz touch sampling, 8-bit colour (16.7m colours)
Dust & water resistance IP68 IP68
Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 4G Kirin 9000 5G
Internal storage 256GB, 512GB 128GB, 256GB, 512GB
External storage Huawei NM slot (shared with SIM) Huawei NM slot (shared with SIM)
OS open-source Android + EMUI 13 Android 10 + EMUI 11
Google Mobile Services no no
Rear cameras 50MP Ultra Aperture (f/1.4-f/4, OIS)• 13MP Ultra Wide Angle (f/2.2) • 64MP Telephoto (f/3.5, OIS) 50MP Ultra Vision (f/1.9) • 20MP Cine (f/1.8) • 12MP Telephoto (f/3.4, OIS)
Front cameras 13MP Ultra Wide Angle (f/2.4) • 3D Depth Sensing Camera 13MP Ultra Vision Selfie (f/2.4) • 3D Depth Sensing Camera
Battery capacity 4700mAh 4400mAh
Battery charging 66W wired • 50W wireless • 7.5W reverse wireless 66W wired • 50W wireless • 5W reverse wireless
Price €1299 (8GB/256GB, silver/black) • €1399 (8GB/512GB, orange leather) €1199 

The Mate 50 Pro is available in silver or black with a glass back, or orange with a vegan leather back. It offers flagship-class IP68 dust and water resistance, with the glass-back versions certified for immersion in up to two metres of water for up to 30 minutes and the leather-back version able to be submerged in up to 6m for the same amount of time. Huawei also claims a five-star glass drop resistance rating from Switzerland's SGS for the Kunlun Glass screen. 

The headline feature, though, is the 50MP Ultra Aperture camera, which uses six blades and 10 positions to vary the size of the camera's aperture – from f/1.4 to f/4.0. In Auto mode the aperture is selected for you, while Professional mode lets you achieve exactly the required depth of field.

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The other rear cameras are a 13MP ultra-wide angle/macro camera (f/2.2) and a 64MP periscope telephoto camera (f/3.5) with 3.5x optical zoom and optical image stabilisation (OIS). The front camera, a 13MP ultra-wide angle unit (f/2.4), occupies an in-screen notch along with a 3D depth-sensing camera for face authentication. There's also an in-screen fingerprint sensor. 

The Mate 50 Pro is powered by a 4700mAh battery and supports wired charging at 66W, wireless charging at 50W and reverse wireless charging at 7.5W.

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The Huawei Mate 50 will cost €1,299 (~$1,250 / £1,160) in silver or black with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, or €1,399 (~$1,350 / £1,250) in orange with 8GB/512GB. 

There's no word from Huawei on the international availability of other variants such as the Mate 50, 50E or Mate 50 RS Porsche Design.

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