The Low-battery Emergency Mode provides you with extra power and therefore extra time

The current iteration of the flagship series, the HUAWEI Mate50 Pro, boasts an Iconic Symmetrical Space Ring Design, an astonishing Ultra Aperture XMAGE Camera and ultra-reliable performance, in addition to visionary Super Device features spearheaded by HUAWEI’s mobile operating system, EMUI 13.

In addition, the new smartphone also features a super handy feature called the Low-Battery Emergency Mode. This is a power-saving mode that is built on a large battery with powerful EMUI 13 algorithms and a SuperEnergy boosting technology. Activated during low battery conditions, this feature allows for more power to be drawn from the battery, safely and without harming it.

Innovative Low-Battery Emergency Mode to prolong battery life – safely

Battery life is defined as the amount of time your device runs before it needs to be recharged, and sufficient battery life is crucial for any phone user. Unfortunately, due to aesthetics and portability-related requirements, most smartphones are limited to a battery life of one to two days, which, while being arguably a reasonable amount of time, is nonetheless not always ideal.

There are certain steps you can follow to maximise your smartphone battery life – for example, avoid charging or leaving your mobile device in hot environments, including direct sun exposure, for extended durations. In addition, with the HUAWEI Mate50 Pro, you can take advantage of the Low-Battery Emergency Mode. The feature combines a high-specification battery with EMUI 13 algorithms and SuperEnergy boosting technology and is designed to keep up with the needs of the fast-paced lifestyles of today’s users, as well as expanding the scope of what they can expect from a smart device.

The Low-Battery Emergency Mode on the HUAWEI Mate50 Pro intelligently activates SuperEnergy boosting when your smartphone battery level falls to 1% – rescuing it from rapidly depleting completely. Basically, when the phone has only 1% battery left, the SuperEnergy boosting feature is intelligently activated, in turn aggregating the remaining battery, which provides the user with invaluable extended standby time on the smartphone.

The SuperEnergy boosting feature, which comprises energy accumulating pump technology, can re-polymerise the remaining ions in the battery through a special and very thin ’straw’. This enables the phone to be used for a period of time even after the ’off power’ is realised. What’s more, it is safe, as follows: it meets the certification range of HUAWEI’s charge-discharge cycle; is within the normal safe discharge range of the battery; and complies with industry standards.

Emergency Mode to keep your smartphone running in a crisis

Whether you are in an emergency situation or you simply want your smartphone to conserve power for as long as possible, the HUAWEI Mate50 Pro SuperEnergy feature has you covered. You no longer have to deal with the frustration of losing connectivity with friends and family when your battery suddenly and finally goes flat. With the HUAWEI Mate50 Pro, when you see your battery level drop to that dreaded 1%, the SuperEnergy boosting feature kicks in to aggregate the residual power.

Under this Low-Battery Emergency Mode, your phone is able to sustain three hours of standby time or 12 minutes of calling. Not to mention, it does all this without causing damage to the battery lifespan. This brings you multiple benefits.

Firstly, you can be assured that every last viable volt in the battery is put to good use in case you need to make an emergency call. Secondly, the 12 minutes of calling time provides you with the ability to make emergency calls – including being able to provide information over the phone to emergency responders and the like. You will also have more time to get your smartphone to a power source to recharge it before the battery is completely dead.

The HUAWEI Mate50 Pro is now available in Orange, Silver and Black and can be purchased from selected retail stores or theHUAWEI online store. The smartphone is priced at R24 999 for the 256 GB and R26 999 for the 512 GB.