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Huawei Announces New MatePad Pro, Monitors, and More

A range of new products have been unveiled by Huawei, including new monitors and a MatePad Pro. You may find a quick summary of all them below!


The company’s first desktop gaming monitor. It features a curved 34-inch display with a 21:9 ratio and 3440x1440 resolution, along with a 164Hz refresh rate and HDR 10. It also has a peak brightness of 350 nits, a 4000:1 contrast ratio, DCI-P3, a <2 Delta E value, and an integrated SoundBar.


Described as the first Huawei flagship standalone monitor, the MateView is a 4K+ Ultra-HD monitor with a 28.2-inch 3:2 panel. It supports 98 percent DCI-P3 and full sRGB, with Huawei describing colour accuracy ratings of ΔE <1 and ΔE <2 for the respective modes. Other display features include certifications for VESA DisplayHDR 400, TÜV Rheinland Low Blue Light, and Flicker Free.

The monitor also boasts OneHop Projection, wireless connections with other Huawei devices, the “first-ever” integrated height-adjustable mount, a magnetic back panel and geometric design, HUAWEI Smart Bar, and a dual-speaker and dual-microphone sound system.

HUAWEI MatePad Pro

The new MatePad Pro runs on HarmonyOS 2 and sports a new Bottom Dock and Service Widgets. It’s powered by the Kirin 9000E and sports a 12.6-inch OLED FullView display with DCI-P3 support and a million-to-one contrast ratio. The MatePad Pro also comes with improved App Multiplier and Multi-Window features, along with a ∆E < 0.5 3 colour accuracy rating, blue light filtering, TÜV Rheinland Full Care Display 2.0 certification, and an eight-speaker sound system. The tablet is compatible with the new 2nd generation HUAWEI M-Pencil with support for 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity and HUAWEI Smart Magnetic Keyboard.


The new series consists of the HUAWEI WATCH 3 and HUAWEI WATCH 3 Pro, both of which run HarmonyOS 2. Both watches have a high-precision temperature sensor and features like hand-washing detection and fall detection, in addition to over 100 workout modes, SOS alert, and several health monitoring features.

Other features include standalone connectivity, AppGallery, the ability to view taxi information or flight status, HTTPS encryption, an ultra-curved 3D glass, and a 3D rotating crown. For battery life, the former offers three days of usage in smart mode and 14 days in ultra-long battery life mode, while the latter ups the number of days to five and 21 respectively.

Classic and Elite Editions are available for both watches, while the HUAWEI WATCH 3 also has an Active edition. They’re set to be available starting this month.

HUAWEI FreeBuds 4

These True Wireless Stereo (TWS) Bluetooth earbuds sport open-fit ANC (active noise cancellation) 2.0 technology and dual-microphone noise cancellation technology, with HUAWEI saying that they are the “industry’s first set of open-fit earbuds” to feature the latter. They also have Adaptive Ear Matching (AEM) noise cancellation technology.

Outside of various noise cancellation tech, the FreeBuds 4 features improved bass performance, a Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) composite diaphragm that supports an up to 40kHz frequency range, a 14.3mm dynamic driver, a 4.1g weight per earbud, curvature enhancements, and dual device connection. Other connectivity features include proximity pairing, pairing via cloud information sharing, and Audio Connectivity Centre.

HUAWEI says that the earbuds can manage 4 hours of continuous music playback with ANC off and 2.5 hours when turned on. It can hit 22 hours of music playback with the charging case there to juice it back up and can manage 2.5 hours of music playback from a 15-minute charge via quick charging. They have Ceramic White and Silver Frost colour options.


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