During a recent live stream, Huawei gave the first look at its upcoming P50 series phone. They didn’t talk about the pricing or release date but few specifications were given and also revealed a close-up look at its camera.
The Huawei P50 Pro display is said to be 6.6 inches and P50 will be 6.3 inches. The edges of P50 will have curved edges while the P50 will have flat edges. It has four camera lenses, along with two flashes. In terms of megapixel count and sensor size it is difficult to say what exactly we will get with this phone. Huawei claims that it will “lift mobile photography to a new level.” The size of the camera bump has increased compared to the P40 Pro Plus. This is because Huawei might have stuffed some even larger sensors and lenses in their P50
Huawei executive Richard Yu said during the live stream that Huawei P50 will have a “lightweight design” and an “iconic” design language. The P50 will have a built-in HarmonyOS operating system but they didn’t confirm it nor displayed powered on in the video. The official release date is still a mystery but the company said that it is “Trying to figure out how to make this great product available to you.”