Huawei MateView set to arrive in PH on August 13

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Huawei MateView set to arrive in PH on August 13

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The Huawei MateView, as the tech giant’s first flagship standalone monitor, is Huawei’s official entry into the said segment

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Huawei Philippines is set to launch this August its very first flagship standalone monitor — the Huawei MateView. Carrying the “Mate” moniker, the all-new monitor embodies Huawei’s spirit of innovation, and with its launch, Huawei breaks into a new market, bringing the same fervor for pushing the envelope as it did with its smartphone business. As a beautifully minimalist Wireless and Real Color Monitor that supports a wide range of smart features, HUAWEI MateView is set to redefine the category for the next generation of smart monitors.

The current health situation has compelled Filipinos to adapt to the new cogs and gears of their daily affairs. A key adjustment that professionals and students from the world over needed to do is to bring their offices, boardrooms, and classrooms into their homes. Cognizant of this, Huawei has been active in expanding its display line-up, which it kickstarted with the launch of MateView GT last month. Following on the heels of the successful launch of its gaming sibling, the Huawei MateView is set to redefine and elevate the work-from-home set-ups of Filipinos with a premium viewing experience and smart interconnectivity.

HUAWEI MateView is a pro-grade standalone monitor featuring a 28.2-inch 3:2 panel that supports a native resolution of 3840 × 2560, delivering a premium viewing experience where even the most minute detail is faithfully reproduced on screen. HUAWEI MateView also offers a 94 percent screen-to-body ratio to provide users with a highly immersive viewing experience.

The first flagship standalone monitor from Huawei also reigns supreme in the design department. Inspired by the compositions of renowned painter Wassily Kandinsky and the concept of Futurism, HUAWEI MateView abandons the traditional bulky backplates on traditional monitors, and instead features a geometric design and introduces an innovative magnetic back panel for a minimalist look that is brimming with subtle details.

And lastly, to elevate the smart interconnectivity of work set-ups and promote seamless synergy among devices, Huawei boasts several intelligent functions such as OneHop Projection and wireless Desktop Projection. Unlike traditional monitors that come with an unintuitive on-screen display (OSD) settings menu, HUAWEI MateView introduces a cleverly hidden HUAWEI Smart Bar that offers a user-friendly touch interface for users to easily adjust various display settings, such as input source and volume.

The Huawei MateView will be available in the Philippines for pre-order starting August 13. Huawei fans and interested customers may visit the link below for more details on Huawei’s first flagship standalone monitor.

https://consumer.huawei.com/ph/monitors/mateview/buy/?utm_medium=press_release&utm_source=media_partners&utm_campaign=ph_huashan&utm_content=press_release1&utm_term=pr_pressrelease1__;!!FMox2LFwyA!49UHsz8F6BpXzLjh0IccOpeYKq-smoiwxfoEEs_pR1spiStW7wbX0YqAcOMlaBBfvr4sJyo$

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