The launch date of the Huawei P50 series, which Chinese technology manufacturer Huawei first announced last February, has turned into a snake story.
Huawei persistently denies difficulties in launching smartphones due to U.S. sanctions, but the planned launch of the P50 series for February has yet to take place, and the launch of the devices has again been postponed. The company’s new calendar shows Sept.
Full-scale problems with the launch of new smartphones for Huawei began in the fall of 2020 when the company began to have difficulties purchasing processors for use in future smartphone models. The next flagship smartphone series, the P50, was supposed to be released in February, the company said.
But contrary to numerous rumors and leaks, Huawei P50 series flagships did not come out in time. Following this development, the company postponed the presentation several times, and the final statement was “we will publish it in the summer” (July). However, judging by the latest leaks, the launch of smartphones has been postponed until September.
According to preliminary data, the smartphone’s main camera will be produced with the participation of Leica experts, and the camera sensors are located in two large ring-shaped blocks. If released, the flagship models in the Huawei P50 series are expected to topped DxOMark’s best camera phones.
Other details about smartphones include using Kirin 9000 series processors, running the HarmonyOS operating system that supports Android applications, and certainly not Google services.