Since the release of Huawei Mate x2, many people have focused on the Huawei P50 series, and the recent revelations related that it have been more and more. According to the latest foreign revelations, Sony may release 1 inch IMX800 in April this year, which will be Sony’s largest ever bottom mobile phone CMOS, performance may be stronger than just released Samsung ISOCELL GN2, and Huawei P50 series may be first equipped with Sony this monster CMOS. This means that the P50 series will have an overall improvement in camera capability compared to previous generations.
From what we’ve heard so far, the P50 series is expected to come in three versions: Standard, Pro and Pro+, with an ultra-wide-angle, submersible telephoto lens and more. According to the leaked spy photos of the new device, Huawei P50 will use a centrally dug hole scheme, a minimalist rear camera arrangement scheme and a Leica certification.
In terms of hardware, Huawei P50 should be equipped with Kirin 9000 processor, which is a new SoC with 5nm process. Its performance and energy efficiency have been greatly improved, and the user experience is also very guaranteed. With 4200mAh and above battery capacity, it supports more than 55W fast charge.
Huawei’s Matex 2 is the first phone to be upgraded with Harmonyos, which will be launched in April this year. As a result, Huawei’s P50 series will be released later than April, after Mate x2 for Harmonyos.