Various rendering images of Huawei P50 series smartphones have already been leaked to the internet before. But today a video was released featuring 360-degree images of the highly anticipated device. Footage of the phone from all angles has been detailed.
The Huawei P50, which is despised to be a device that will attract attention with its camera performance, will have the company’s largest camera lenses, as we know from previous leaks. The model, allegedly developed with liquid lens technology, will feature a dual rear camera module designed with an f/1.1 aperture.
Huawei P50 appears with 360-degree rendering video
The Huawei P50 design video released by Steve Hemmerstoffer, a trusted technology agent, gives us a lot of details about the device. Featuring a 6.3-inch diagonal metal bezel, a flat screen and a glass back panel, the model will have dimensions of 156.7 x 74 x 8.3 millimeters. In this way, the new phone will come with a larger screen than the previous model of the series, the P50. Also, when we look at the images, the series will have black and white color options.
Developed with a dual speaker system, the Huawei P50 will feature an under-screen fingerprint sensor. The phone’s selfie camera is positioned in the upper middle; the rear camera will come with a vertical installation. There will be a single LED flash in the middle of the module with the dual camera. In addition, the Leica sign next to the module is not overlooked. As previously confirmed, the company will collaborate with superior lens manufacturer Leica on its new device.
When will the Huawei P50 series be released?
Unfortunately, there is no official statement from Huawei on the issue yet. However, the company has so far announced the P20, P30 and P40 series in late March. Making this a tradition, the smartphone manufacturer can also publish the P50 family on the same dates. Given this possibility, we may encounter this new series from March 26 to 28.
The series, which will include the Huawei P50, P50 Pro and P50 Pro+, will use the Kirin 9000E chipset, according to estimates. The Chinese version of the device, which will not be able to use GMS services due to the Google ban, will prefer the HarmonyOS user interface. In the global version, the device will open with EMUI 11.1.