The Chinese brand Huawei launched a flagship smartphone every year in Q1. This year just like any other year, Huawei is all set to launch the Huawei P50. However, there are no smartphones that are safe from getting leaked. Huawei being no exceptional here is the sneak peek of the upcoming Huawei P50 from the leaked images.
The Huawei will launch the P50 series with a flagship P50 pro following it a P50 or a P50 lite is expected. We can also expect Huawei to launched a P50 Pro Plus in the latter part of the year, just like Huawei did last year.
Coming to the design of the Huawei P50 from the images it looks like Huawei will be continuing its partnership with Leica. As we can see Leica branding on the back of the phone near the camera module. This time Huawei is going with 5 cameras, we don’t know the specs of the cameras but can see 5 cameras and a DUAL-LED flash along with a single LED flash.
At the front we see a small punch hole camera design which looks very much vague. We can expect under display camera as well, as seen in the recently launched ZTE Axon 20 5G.
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The phone is said to be running on Huawei’s own Hi-silicon Kirin 9000 chipset, or it might get a newer tweaked version of the same processor. The Kirin 9000 is built-on 5nm technology, which is the norm of 2021 flagships.
We cannot just consider this design as the final design since there is no official confirmation of the design and the specs. All the above mentions are depicted based on the leaked images of the upcoming Huawei P50. So we can expect something different from the above design as well. Until we get anything official you can keep checking us, we will keep you guys updated whenever we get hands-on, anything about the Huawei P50.
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