Huawei launch P50 series has announced the latest Superphone series. We announced the P50 and P50 Pro at an online event on Thursday, each currently only released in China.
Huawei’s main mobile phone superpower has long been the camera-and the P50 lineup is no exception. In fact, if you look at the phone, you’ll see that the Huawei camera is highlighted.
Huawei launch P50 series There are two cameras left on both the P50 and P50 Pro instead of one, which together occupy more than one-third of the width of the back. phone. Not surprisingly, Huawei made fun of the lineup of images and videos before the event, but created an interesting new design that removed the P40 series dual punch design.
On the back of the P50 Pro are four cameras with a main 50 megapixel, a telephoto 64 megapixel, a monochrome 40 megapixel, and an ultraviolet lens 13 megapixel. The P50 has a similar camera bump, but with a lower lens. It has a 50-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel telephoto lens, and a 13-megapixel UV light. Surprisingly, the base version has better optical zoom than the pro version (5x vs. 3.5x optical zoom). Each has a 13-megapixel selfie camera.
Huawei’s P50 lineup went on sale in China on Thursday.
Outside the camera, the P50 series stacks up an enviable range of features as expected (see the spec list below for more information). Crisp and smooth OLED display, large battery, fast charge (66 watts), powerful processor. There are two variations of the P50 series. One is powered by its own Kirin 9000 chipset and the other is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 4G CPU. Qualcomm was allowed to sell chips to Huawei last year. These chipsets are backed up by 8GB of RAM and 256 or 512GB of flash storage.
Recall that Huawei phones are no longer Google Apps. This is the result of revoking US sanctions. However, the P50 series is Huawei’s first new lineup, built in-house to replace HarmonyOS, the company’s own operating system, which China Telecom has replaced Google mobile services on smartphones. With the international launch of the P50, it provides a way to determine consumer feedback on Huawei’s internal software and whether it will be widely accepted by overseas buyers against the backdrop of Huawei’s declining smartphone market share. need to do it.
Huawei’s Richard Yu unveiled its P50 series at a virtual launch event.
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Huawei has started the series with a release in China (if any) before international expansion. However, specifications may vary slightly from country to country. The P50 Pro starts at 5,988 yuan (about $ 930, £ 665 or AU $ 1,256) and the P50 starts at 4,488 yuan (about $ 695, £ 500 or AU $ 940).