Looking for a large, sharp, colorful, and fast monitor? Check out the new Huawei MateView GT 27-inch.

The Huawei MateView GT 27-inch has all the bells and whistles you’d expect from a modern monitor. The GT stands for gaming, which essentially means it has a high refresh rate, 165Hz to be exact.


It’s a 27-inch panel with a QHD resolution at 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution.

Despite being made for gaming, the MateView GT also offers great colors, which should be great for editing and watching movies. It has Delta E < 2 color accuracy, P3 coverage for cinema-level colors, 4000:1 contrast ratio, and HDR technology. It also comes with TUV Rheinland certification for eye safety.

Gaming-centric features like Game Assistance and picture modes for MOBA are here. You can control the said settings by the intuitive analog below the Huawei logo.


The aforementioned Game Assistance carries a Dark Field Control feature, which basically adjusts the brightness in low-light scenarios so you can spot enemies better.

For ports, you can plug in 1x DisplayPort 1.2, 1x HDMI 2.0, and 1x USB Type-C for power.


It also boasts a sleek Silver Frost Ring accent on the back and a clean design with a sturdy stand. The panel itself is slightly curved for a more immersive feel.

The 27-inch Huawei MateView GT has a price of Php18,999 and comes with a free Huawei Wireless Mouse GT.

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  1. I’d be grateful if you could investigate why my account has stopped earning giga points. Both of my plans have been updated, and I always pay my bills early. I’ve joined up for data boosts as well, but haven’t gotten any points yet.

  2. I would appreciate it if you could look into the reason why my account has not been accruing any giga points ever since. I have already upgraded my plan and upgraded it twice, and I always pay my bills ahead of schedule. I have also signed up for data boosters, but I have not received any reward points as of yet.

  3. I like the Dark Field Control feature, which basically adjusts the brightness in low-light situations for better enemy detection. that’s great.