Huawei had been announcing its P-series of flagship phones by the first quarter of each year. Reports have claimed that the company has delayed the arrival of the P50 series so that it can launch it with the HarmonyOS 2.0 preinstalled. Speculations had claimed that the P50 lineup may debut by the end of this year. Today, the company took to Weibo to confirm that it will be announcing the next generation P-series of smartphones on July 29.
The Huawei P50 series reportedly includes three models such as the Huawei P50, Huawei P50 Pro, and Huawei P50 Pro+. It is speculated that the P50 and P50 Pro will debut on July 29, whereas the Pro+ edition may arrive a bit later.
The Huawei P50 series may feature the Kirin 9000 chipset. It is specualted that the company also plans to launch LTE variants of the P50 models powered by the Snapdragon 888 when it encounters problems in chip production.
The Huawei P50’s rear camera setup may comprise of a Sony IMX707 lens, a Sony IMX600 camera, and a telephoto camera with 3x zoom. On the other side, the Huawei P50 Pro may feature a Sony IMX800 primary snapper, an OmniVision OV64A ultrawide snapper, a periscope telephoto camera with 5x zoom, and a ToF/new sensor.
The Sony IMX800 is likely to be the largest smartphone camera sensor ever seen on a smartphone. The P50 Pro+ is also expected to feature it along with an ultrawide lens, a telephoto camera, a periscope camera, and a ToF sensor.