Huawei is expected to launch a new launch in April, introducing the P50 series. However, recent reports suggest the company will delay the launch until June. But that doesn’t change the truth about phone leaks. Because the Huawei P50 model appeared today in its clear form.
The Huawei P50, which was previously leaked with various render images, is now coming to light with new images showing that it is fully ready.
Images shared on China’s social network Weibo once again show the design of Huawei’s new flagship. According to the shared pictures, the Huawei P50 will come with a full screen with a perforated design on the front. In addition, the screen-to-body ratio of the device will be extremely high.
The phone’s rear design is compatible with previous leaks. As you can see in the picture below, behind the Huawei P50 will be a module in the oval design. Inside this module will be the unorthodox dual main camera setup.
The cameras that Huawei will use in its new flagship have appeared many times. Accordingly, the Chinese manufacturer will prefer the IMX800 sensor in the standard model of the new P50 series. In addition, the company will take night shots to the next level with RYYB regulations.
Expected to be Huawei’s most ambitious model, the P50 Pro Plus will come with a powerful liquid lens technology that manages to focus like the human eye. This is currently only available on Xiaomi’s Mi Mix Fold model. But it is not impossible to see liquid lens technology on Huawei’s flagships as well.
Huawei, on the other hand, will continue to cooperate with Leica for the lenses of the P50 series. Leica will make major improvements this year, especially in hues.
In terms of hardware, Huawei’s new flagships will use three different chipsets. Of these, the Huawei P50 is powered by a Kirin 9000L processor; The P50 Pro Kirin 9000E and P50 Pro Plus will be powered by the Kirin 9000 chipset.
That’s all the news about the P50 series for now. We anticipate that these phones, which users are eagerly awaiting, will be released in June at the latest.