Huawei has officially confirmed that the company will be launching it’s next-generation flagship phones – Huawei P50 series – on July 29th later this month.
Now, ahead of it’s much anticipated unveiling, a Huawei Finland’s representative has brought along of piece of good news for Huawei fans, confirming that the Huawei P50 series smartphones will be heading to the global market.
Just like last year’s Huawei P40 series smartphones, Huawei is expected to launch at least three different models including the vanilla P50, P50 Pro, as well as P50 Pro+. However, the availability of these models may differ between market to market (as usual).
According to reports, the initial batch of Huawei P50 series smartphones are expected to be powered by the company’s in-house Kirin 9000 chipset which is also found in the Huawei Mate 40 Pro (Review).
However, due to shortage of chip supply, the P50 series devices will reportedly be making the switch over to Snapdragon 888 (4G) chips at a later stage.
This isn’t much of a surprise since the company had already launched it’s first Snapdragon-powered smartphone, Huawei Nova 8i, in the Malaysian market earlier this month.