Huawei confirms that the P50 will be released on July 29: the latest image of the P50 is exposed

According to the latest news from relevant media, Huawei has confirmed internally that the Huawei P50 series has been confirmed to be released on July 29.

As the first Huawei flagship mobile phone pre-installed with HarmonyOS system officially debuted.

According to some recent revelations, an employee of a Huawei offline store revealed that related activities for the Huawei P50 have already begun, which also confirms the timing of the press conference.

Today, some netizens exposed the appearance of the real phone that is suspected to be Huawei P50. According to the picture, the back of the phone has a simple design, and the dual-ring design of the rear camera is very eye-catching.

One can clearly see the existence of the periscope telephoto lens, and it is expected that the machine will continue to affect the performance of the previous generation.

According to previous reports, Huawei P50 will adopt a three-camera solution, in which the main camera uses the latest upgraded IMX707 sensor.

It is also equipped with an IMX600 lens, which should be super wide-angle, and also has a 3x telephoto lens.

As for the Huawei P50 Pro, it went a step further and upgraded to a four-camera combination with specifications of IMX800+OV64A+5x periscope + new ToF sensor.

Among them, the main camera IMX800 is the largest bottom sensor in Sony’s history, with a 1/1.18 inch ultra-large bottom, which can bring a qualitative improvement to the camera level of the phone.

Especially the night shooting performance is very worth looking forward to.

In terms of performance, it is reported that the Huawei P50 series will adopt a dual-core strategy this time, each equipped with the Snapdragon 888 4G version.

And it will also have Kirin 9000 series chips, and the main reason for dual-core mixing is the lack of inventory of Kirin 9000 chips.

According to some accounts, the Kirin 9000 chip that Huawei originally hoarded is about to run out, and Qualcomm has now released the supply of Huawei’s 4G chips.

Therefore, the Snapdragon 888 version that only supports 4G has to be launched, but fortunately, the performance is no different from the previous Snapdragon 888.