There’s no shortage of quality equipment, however. It supports HDR10 as well as AMD FreeSync Premium. The curved radius of the monitor is the perfect 1500R. With a brightness of 350 nuts with a contrast ratio of 4,000:1 and 90 percent coverage of DCI-P3’s color space, It’s in the middle of what you could expect at this price. There’s not much to be unhappy about about ergonomics, either. Adjusting the height from 0-110mm and tilting -5 to +20 degrees is possible. However, the one thing missing is the capability to rotate the screen due to the integrated soundbar.
We’ll put it in the drawer of well-meaning accessories. Similar to microphones that are integrated that we do not understand the purpose of. The microphones on webcams are also built-in, and people who want an authentic voice chat will utilize a headset or table microphone. This is a lot better. Using clever gadgets, Huawei attempts to earn points, but hardly anybody requires the features.
The connectivity and operation appear great. Two ports: HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort 1.4 Type-C 3.2 Gen1, audio, and power, are all on the back. These ports are disguised easily with a cover that has an adhesive magnet. Huawei even has thought of an evident label that is relatively uncommon. The well-organized but slightly spartanly equipped OSD is controlled via the mini joystick that has five buttons on the right side on the right side of the monitor.
Overall it is a great monitor. Huawei MateView GT has positioned itself as a solid curving monitor that is very competitive due to its cost. Additional features like an audio bar and microphone aren’t enough to make it a top-ranked distinct selling point but add to the overall quality of equipment.