Huawei officially released its first independent displays for the global market-MateView and MateView GT. This was launched a few weeks after the fashion display was first launched in China. Huawei’s MateView GT is clearly used for game screens and will be used in the United States, Central and Eastern Europe, and the Nordic region, the Middle East, Africa, Russia, Asia Pacific, Western European Union, Japan, and other regions. For its part, MateView is aimed at professionals, but the company has not released any details about its availability.
Huawei’s MateView Specifications:
Huawei MateView is equipped with a 28.2-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 3840 x 2560 pixels. A peak brightness of 500 nits, a screen-to-body ratio of 94%, and an aspect ratio of 3:2. You can also get 98% DCI-P3 color gamut and 100% sRGB. Which is essential for media professionals. The display uses a minimalist design, with ultra-thin bezels all around. But it is rich in features. It also has a wide stand that can be extended to the base.
In terms of interfaces, the MateView display has two USB-C interfaces, one for power supply and one for display, data transmission, and external charging up to 65W. The monitor is also equipped with two USB 3.0 ports. An HDMI 2.0, a MiniDP, and a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Which also doubles as a microphone port.
For its part, the MateView GT gaming monitor has a more complex design. It uses a larger 34-inch curved display with a curvature of 1500R and a maximum brightness of 350 nits. The resolution of the monitor is 3440×1440 pixels. It also has an aspect ratio of 21:9 and a contrast ratio of 4000:1. The screen also maintains the most extreme 165Hz vibration frequency. The monitor has been certified by TV Rheinland Eye Care, which means that it is safe for the eyes even after a long time of gaming.
MateView GT also includes a soundbar built into the base of the display. There are two 5w speakers for sound
Huawei has not announced its pricing in the global market, but in China, MateView is priced at 4,699 yuan (approximately US$730) and is available in a single white version, while the MateView GT gaming monitor is priced at only 3,599 yuan (approximately US$730). 560 USD).