Huawei P50 News: Huawei is apparently starting to recover from embargoes. The future of the Huawei P50 family with Snapdragon 888 has been revealed. Here are the details.
Being the victim of America’s economic war with China, Huawei had been embargo upon embargo. Losing its Android license, Huawei was also sanctioned by Qualcomm and TSMC and was unable to produce chipsets. However, thanks to the Joe Biden administration, these injustices to Huawei seem to come to an end. It is said that Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 chipset will be used in the Huawei P50 family, which will be introduced soon. But with one difference.
As you know, the Snapdragon 888 chipset does not come with an integrated 5G modem. This modem will be removed in the Huawei P50 and will come with 4G support. Huawei is expected to use 4G support in some countries. For example, if there is no 5G in a country, a Snapdragon 888 chipset version can be sold in that country.
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In China and countries with 5G support, the Kirin 9000 series chipset will be used. The Chinese company, which will again agree with Leica on the camera, seems to take its seat in DxOMark from the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Because Huawei will be very ambitious about the camera in its new series. According to our estimates, the 1-inch sensor that we saw in Sharp can be used in the Pro+ model.
It is very pleasing that Huawei got rid of embargoes, at least in terms of 4G processor usage. Equal rights and freedoms should be given to every company for the development of technology. We expect Huawei, which intimidated its rivals with HarmonyOS, which is essentially an Android fork, to experience a great recovery in 2021.