Huawei has announced some new monitors that they plan to make available in June of 2021. These displays are aimed towards professionals and gamers, with their attractive specs and prices.
There are two different models being launched. One is the MateView which is a 4K screen designed for basic work or home environments. The other is the MateView GT which is an ultrawide 4K display designed for gamers. Here is what we can expect from these two new monitors.
HUAWEI is looking to make a solution that is affordable and practical for professionals, with the HUAWEI MateView. This 28.2-inch monitor has a 3840x2560p resolution display. A unique 3:2 aspect ratio sets it apart from many of the 16:9 displays on the market right now. This display is surrounded by an ultra-thin bezel, giving the monitor a 94% screen-to-body ratio.
This 4K monitor uses an IPS panel which delivers a brightness level of up to 500 nits. The screen supports HDR400 and has a refresh rate of 60Hz. With a 100% sRGB, this monitor is also great for professionals that work with graphic design, photography, and other types of media creation.
The ports can be found on the back and the side of the stand. One USB-C power is used for power input, with another USB-C that can be used for display out, data transfers, or 65W charging. You will also find two USB A 3.0 ports, an HDMI 2.0, a mini display port, and a 3.5mm audio port. There is also an NFC chip built into the display, making it easy to connect and transfer files to and from your phone.
Having the power and HDMI ports sit so low on the back of the stand, makes it much easier to hide cables that will be running down the back of your desk. For the audio, the MateView has dual 5W speakers that are built into the stand of the display. This arrangement of the hardware makes for a very good-looking design overall. It’s a monitor that will look very good sitting on your desk.
The Huawei MateView will retail for CNY 4,699 (~US$731) in China. We will learn more about availability when the display is officially launched, so keep an eye out for more information.