Huawei P50 News: Details about Huawei’s new flagship Huawei P50 family continue to come. The series may come with two different chipsets.
Being the victim of the economic war between America and China, Huawei has been trying to fight embargoes for a long time. In this process, the Chinese company, which could not use Qualcomm’s chipsets, could not agree with TSMC and produce Kirin chips, seems to have found a way out. An interesting claim has been made today for the Huawei P50 family, which is likely to be introduced in August.
Huawei P50 may come with Kirin 9000 and Snapdragon 888 versions
As you know, Samsung offers the Galaxy S series with different processors. The Galaxy S series with Snapdragon and Exynos versions can be followed by the P50 series. According to the information transferred, the P50 family will come with the Huawei Kirin 9000 series processor until the end of 2021. The models to be produced at the beginning of 2022 will feature the Snapdragon 888 chipset. Presumably, Huawei will make minor improvements to the Kirin 9000 so that there is no performance difference.
The P50 series, which will first be available in the Chinese market with the Kirin 9000 chipset, will host the Snapdragon 888 when it comes to the European market. The company, which will again agree with Leica on the camera, will include quite large lenses this year. The company, which will also be a first in the field of sensors, will use a 50 Megapixel main camera in the main model. In the Pro model, this resolution is expected to be 108 Megapixels.
Losing its Android license, Huawei found its way out in HarmonyOS 2.0. The Chinese company, which has created a unique ecosystem, will first launch the new operating system in the P50 family. Presumably, versions with HarmonyOS will only be available in China. In Europe, anyone can install HarmonyOS after purchasing the phone.