As is traditional, Huawei will launch a new-generation flagship mobile phone model, the P50 series, in April, but the launch has been pushed back to June due to uncontrollable factors.
However, numerous discoveries about the aircraft have appeared in an endless stream on the Internet, and the ID design scheme of the aircraft can be essentially decided.
This morning, the well-known blogger @ Weibo revealed the third-party Huawei P50 model, which reveals that the front of the phone will use a center-punched full-screen solution, and the proactive portion has abandoned the previous “pill.” Only one front camera opening is retained in the design, and the overall screen-to-body ratio is intense.
The rear design, which is consistent with previous rumours, would use an oval camera module with two “circle” designs distributed within it, with the cameras mounted within the circle. This is also a relatively unique style on the market. This demonstrates Huawei’s talent in the field of appearance design once more.
It’s worth noting that the Huawei P50 was previously confirmed to come standard with Sony’s exclusive custom IMX800 sensor. It has a very wide base that is equal to 1 inch in diameter. This is also Sony’s largest sensor in history, allowing for more efficient imaging effects.
Simultaneously, the Huawei P50 Pro+, a super-large cup model, is expected to be fitted with a stronger liquid lens and a faster focusing speed. It can achieve millisecond-level focusing, much like the human eye, and its film forming rate is nearly 100%.
Furthermore, Huawei’s P50 series will retain its image collaboration with Leica, bringing Leica color toning imaging effects.
According to reports, the three models of the Huawei P50, P50 Pro, and P50 Pro+ will be configured with Kirin 9000L, Kirin 9000E, and Kirin 9000, with different market positioning.