Huawei P50 News: The introduction date of the Huawei P50 and P50 Pro models, about which a lot has been written, was announced at the end. Get ready for great cameras.
While it is expected to be introduced in the first quarter of the year, the expected explanation came for the Huawei P50 and P50 Pro models, which were delayed for component shortages and for HarmonyOS 2.0, according to some. It has been claimed for a long time that an event will be held on July 29 for the Huawei P50 series. Huawei has made this date official with the poster it released today. For those who are wondering, the P50 and P50 Pro will be official just 10 days later, on July 29.
There will be the P50 Pro Plus model in the series, but enthusiasts will have to wait a while for this model. The reason is stated to be a component shortage. The first Huawei P50 series phones to be released are not expected to support 5G networks. Huawei has supplied the 4G version of Snapdragon 888 from Qualcomm to overcome the bottleneck especially in the processor point.
The support of 4G networks by phones that will exit with HarmonyOS 2.0, which has not yet switched to 5G and is planned to pass in 2023 at best. In fact, this development means that the prices of the phones may be lower than expected.
As expected, the Huawei 50 series will be a camera-focused series. The P50 will feature a Sony IMX707 main camera, a Sony IMX600 ultra-wide-angle camera and a telephoto camera with 3z optical zoom.
When it comes to the Huawei P50 Pro model, we will see a main camera with a Sony IMX800 sensor. It will be accompanied by the OmniVision OV64A ultra-wide-angle sensor, a new generation periscope camera with 5x zoom, and a ToF sensor. Allegedly, the Sony IMX800 will be the largest smartphone camera sensor ever seen in a smartphone.