Huawei launched two new monitors during its latest product launch event. The Huawei MateView and Mateview GT are premium offerings for content creators and gamers, respectively. In this post, we will be looking at the specs, features, expected price of Huawei Mateview and Mateview GT in Nepal.
Huawei Mateview GT Overview:
This is the company’s first gaming monitor. It features a 34” LCD panel with a 1500R curvature. Its 3,400 x 1,440 pixels resolution results in a 21:9 aspect ratio. For competitive gaming, this one supports a high refresh rate of up to 165Hz. The panel is capable of producing 1.07 billion colors. It covers 90% DCI-P3 color space and supports HDR10 contrast. The screen can get as bright as 350 nits.
To help you detect enemies in low-light scenes, Huawei has included a Dark Field Control feature. With this, users can adjust the brightness level in dark scenes. Another interesting feature here is called “Crosshair” which is an on-screen digital target sight.
Moving on, the Huawei MateView GT has a built-in soundbar with two speakers of 2.25W output each. It stands out because of the RGB backlit touch panel. Users can adjust the volume by sliding the finger along with the panel. The lighting effect is also customizable. There are two mics with 4m sound pick up for in-game chats.
In terms of connectivity, this monitor offers two USB-C ports (one of which supports display-in), two HDMI 2.0, one Display Port 1.4 port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Huawei Mateview Overview:
If you are not into gaming, you will be better off with the standard Huawei Mateview. It has a 28.2-inch LCD panel with a 3,840 x 2,560 pixels resolution. Its tall 3:2 aspect ratio could also be appealing to content creators. Its brightness can go up to 500 nits. Thus, it is both brighter and sharper than its gaming sibling. Other features include 10-bit color depth that results in 1.07 billion colors, 98% DCI-P3 gamut, DisplayHDR 400, and DC Dimming.
In terms of connectivity, you have a USB-C port with video-in and 65W charging. Additionally, there are two USB-A, one additional USB-C (for charging), a mini-DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The wireless version even supports dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.1.
Users can also mirror their Huawei phones using a wireless connection. However, this feature is reserved for limited phones running Kirin 980 and EMUI 12.0. The monitor features two speakers with a cumulative output of 5W. Its two mics can pick up voices from a radius of 4m.
Huawei Mateview, Mateview GT Specifications:
|Display||28.2” IPS||34” with 1500R curvature|
|Resolution||3840 x 2560 px, 3:2 aspect ratio||3440 x 1440 px, 21:9 aspect ratio|
|Brightness||500 nits||350 nits|
|Colors||1.07 billion||1.07 billion|
|Audio||2x 5W||2x 5W|
|Ports||USB-C (display transfer, 65W Charging), USB-C power supply (135W), 2x USB-A, 1x HDMI 2.0, 1x mini-DisplayPort 1.4, 3.5mm headphone jack||USB-C (display transfer, 10W Charging), USB-C power supply, 2x HDMI 2.0, 1x DisplayPort 1.4, 3.5mm headphone jack|
Huawei Mateview and Mateview GT Price in Nepal
Huawei MateView and MateView GT are available in China for 3,999 Yuan and 3,599 Yuan, respectively. The Wireless Projection version of the standard MateView costs 4,699 Yuan. If they launch in Nepal, we expect the price of Huawei MateView and Mateview GT to start at NPR 78,000 and NPR 70,000, respectively.
|Monitors||Price in China||Price in Nepal (Expected)|
|Huawei MateView GT||3,599 Yuan||NPR 70,000|
|Huawei MateView||3,999 Yuan||NPR 78,000|
|Huawei MateView Wireless Projection||4,699 Yuan||NPR 90,000|
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