Huawei's Mate 50 series phone has been released, and it still supports 4G networks, not 5G.
So, does this really affect usage?
According to Internet speed data shared by digital bloggers,The 4G of Huawei Mate50 Pro achieved a peak performance of 75.95Mbps download and 9.28Mbps upload. On the other hand, the iPhone 13 Pro, which is powered by 5G, only recorded 55.9Mbps for downloads and 8.2Mbps for uploads。
That doesn't mean it's 4G. Upside down throughout the &; 5G, but at least it proves that on the current Huawei Mate 50, the 4G experience doesn't affect usage, and can even outperform some less-optimized 5G phones in some cases.
In the previous Huawei release conference, Yu also introduced that compared with iPhone 13 Pro Max, Mate 50 in B3 (FDD), B5 (FDD), B39 (TDD), B41 (TDD) mainstream 4G band to receive TIS, send TRP antenna signal strength, That's more than 2.5dB higher than the iPhone 13 Pro Max.
An extra 3dB can be said to be a double improvement, indicating that the signal advantage of Mate 50 is nearly double compared with iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Not only that, but the upload and download rates of the Mate 50 are much better than those of the iPhone 13 Pro Max in these weak 4G frequencies.