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Huawei with new exceptional smartphones

Mate 50 Pro, new 10 Pro and new 10

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If you are looking for premium devices with advanced hardware and software features, your search is over. Huawei presented a series of exceptional smart devices.

At an event in Belgrade, Serbia, Huawei officially presented a selection of new products, with which it consolidates its leading role in the market of mobile devices. The world's first smartphone with an adjustable 10-level aperture Huawei Mate 50 Pro, elegant phones Huawei nova 10 and Huawei nova 10 Pro with a 60 MP front camera sensor and advanced SuperCharge fast charging methods, the Huawei Watch GT 3 SE smart watch, a leading fitness and health ally with modern design and advanced functions, and wireless headphones Huawei FreeBuds SE with crystal clear sound and an ergonomic design that are ideal for long-term use. The app store has also received major improvements AppGallery.

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Huawei Mate 50 Pro – the king of photography

The all-new Huawei Mate 50 Pro smartphone represents the pinnacle of innovation in the Mate series and is also the most powerful smartphone in Huawei's history. Equipped with advanced technology for mobile photography, it is extremely powerful and has a stylish yet extremely durable design. A special orange version of the Mate 50 Pro model was also introduced, which is equipped with Kunlun drop-resistant glass, with which Huawei once again proves its revolution in the field of smartphone durability. This model also has the SuperEnergy Boosting battery power saving mode, which has never been seen on the market before.

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Huawei nova 10 and nova 10 Pro

The all-new Huawei nova 10 and nova 10 Pro combine the incredibly elegant design of an innovative and quality-made case with the legendary Star Orbit Ring. At the same time, the nova 10 Pro smartphone is only 7.88 mm thick, while the case of the Huawei nova 10 phone is even a millimeter thinner at 6.88 mm.

The 10th generation of the nova series is distinguished not only by its appearance, but also by innovations in the front camera, so that the Huawei nova 10 and nova 10 Pro smartphones change the traditional approach to mobile photography. Both boast an impressive ultra-wide-angle front camera with a 60-megapixel image sensor that can capture images in 4K resolution. The nova 10 Pro smartphone also has an 8-megapixel portrait camera for crystal-clear close-up shots, which is the first in the industry to support 2x optical and up to 5x digital zoom. It's also the first front-facing camera to feature instant Quad Phased Detection autofocus, where each pixel contributes to both image capture and focus.

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Of course, other capacities are not neglected. Among them, the 50-megapixel rear camera with advanced image processing, fast screen refresh and fast charging modes stands out. The rear camera sensor is equipped with Huawei's RYYB color filter, enables instant QPD autofocus, and includes zero-delay shutter (ZLS) technology, which performs particularly well when shooting in low-light conditions. To enable worry-free use, Huawei continues to lead the way in fast charging innovation. The Huawei nova 10 Pro smartphone supports 100-watt SuperCharge fast charging with a new Turbo mode that goes beyond the previous limitations. It only takes 10 minutes and the battery will be charged to 60 percent, while 20 minutes is enough for a full charge.

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Availability

Mate 50 Pro, Huawei nova 10 and Huawei nova 10 Pro phones will be available in Slovenia from mid-October. The price of the phone Mate 50 Pro will be €1,299, the price of the phone Huawei nova 10 €529 and the price of the phone Huawei nova 10 Pro €749. Headphones Huawei FreeBuds SE but they are already available on the Slovenian market at a retail price of €59.

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