We already reported that Huawei is expected to launch its Huawei P50 series on July 29. This morning, the company has officially confirmed that a new flagship product launch event will be held on the same day at 19:30 (Chinese Timing), and most likely, the new Huawei P50 series will be launched.
As the company mentioned, it would be the summer event after the spring event, which was delayed and then held in May 2021. The company launched different new products except for any flagship product in that event, but this time the company would launch a flagship product, i.e., the Huawei P50 series.
Huawei’s consumer business CEO Richard Yu said that there is no end to the road ahead, and this time we once again surpassed ourselves in the field of imaging. Huawei’s P50 series is about to release an industry-first brand-new mobile imaging technology, and a new era of mobile imaging will begin, so stay tuned!
It is also expected that some other products like Huawei Band 6 Pro, new smart screens (TVs), new Sound X (flamingo) speakers, and Children Watch 4X will also be launched alongside the Huawei P50 series.
As per previous reports, the new Huawei P50 series will be launched with a majority of 4G variants. The 4G variant will feature the 4G version of Snapdragon 888, while the 5G version is expected to power by Kirin 9000 5G chipset. The company is currently allowed to use only the 4G chipsets from Qualcomm.
As per reports, the display on the Huawei P50 series would be different. The standard version will feature Visionox’s straight-screen solution, while the Pro version has a hybrid hyperboloid design. The high-end version, Huawei P50 Pro+, will be equipped with BOE’s latest diamond-like arrangement quad-curved display.
It was also revealed that the Huawei P50 would feature the same 66W charger used in the Mate40 series. Moreover, there would be three main models: Standard, Pro & Pro+. Other models like the Lite edition or Youth edition are expected to be launched later.For more exclusive mobile phone tips, follow up our Twitter page