Huawei P50 series new product outlook: dual-ring rear lens attracts eyes, time to market is undetermined

According to Huawei’s new phone release rhythm in previous years, the P50 series should have been released globally in March this year, but there has been no official news this year.

At the end of the Huawei HarmonyOS and full-scene conference on June 2nd, Huawei Consumer Business CEO Yu Chengdong finally brought consumers official news about the P50 series.


Yu Chengdong said that Huawei’s P series flagships are routinely updated every spring, but due to well-known reasons, the P50 series has been postponed, and the time to market has not yet been determined.

At the launch conference, Huawei also announced a P50 series warm-up video, which mainly showed the back design of this model.

The phone adopts a dual-ring lens module design. The upper ring contains three lenses, and the lower ring contains one lens. The Leica logo is also retained.


Judging from the current official information, the information previously revealed on the Internet is very credible. Earlier, some media broke the news that all Huawei P50 series will adopt this rear camera ID design, but the number of lenses is different, the standard version has three cameras, the Pro version has four cameras, and the Pro+ version has five cameras.

Each generation of Huawei’s P series will bring an upgrade in imaging technology, and the P50 series is no exception.

Earlier news said that the entire Huawei P50 series uses Sony’s exclusive custom IMX800 sensor, with an ultra-large base close to 1 inch. This is also the largest sensor in Sony’s history and will help users more easily capture high-quality image content.

The Huawei P50 series will still use the Kirin 9000 chip series.

The screen is jointly supplied by BOE and Visionox, and the high-end version uses BOE’s latest successfully developed diamond-like display panel, which has a better display effect.


In general, because of sanctions, Huawei’s P50 series has been unable to officially finalize the time to market, but Huawei will continue to bring consumers the P50 flagship model by relying on domestic alternatives.

However, it will take some time to change the design scheme and ramp up the production capacity. Therefore, consumers have to wait patiently for a while. I believe that this flagship model will be officially released in the near future.