The latest leak related to the Huawei P50 phones has indicated that it may arrive on June 17. I also saw a new render with the Huawei P50 Pro +, but this blue looks a bit amateurish and probably a fan-made. What’s interesting is that we discovered the design differences between the three models of the group, front and rear.
In the new images, we see that the Huawei P50 Pro is abandoning the pill-shaped aperture for the dual selfie camera, and moving to a single center hole. There is a bigger change at the back, and the P50 and P50 Pro will use an 8-unit camera. This unit integrates 5 sensors on the P50 Pro and 3 sensors on the P50. Inside the “The ringAbove there are 3 sensors in the Pro version, and at the bottom we find two.
The endoscope room now receives more position in the position compared to previous generations. It’s possible to see a 10x optical zoom on the P50 Pro as well, and not just on the Pro + variant of last year. Let’s see how to design:
- Huawei P50: a small screen that is curved at the edges
- Huawei P50 Pro: cascading display
- Huwei P50 Pro +: a screen that is curved from all four corners
All three models have a single front hole for the selfie camera. We can’t help but wonder what to do with the infrared sensor used to scan the face. In terms of configuration, all three phones will have the Kirin 9000E / 9000 processor, and all three phones will use the new and exclusive Sony IMX800 sensor. The sensor measures 1 inch.
Huawei P50 Pro + Be Liquid lens technology on board. Inside we find a 4200-4300 mAh battery with fast charging at 66 watts per wire and 55 watts for wireless. All phones will arrive with HarmonyOS Pre-installed. I also remind you of the debut date of June 17, although it was not named. This time we are also receiving stereo speakers, and we no longer have just one additional piezoelectric mechanism for the earphone as is the case on the P30 Pro and P40 Pro. We are also moving to a refresh rate of apparently 120Hz.
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