A few days ago, Huawei presented its first devices that will use its new operating system Harmony OS2. One of the teams that was featured during the event was p 50, which is a high-end smartphone that we were able to appreciate for a while.
Although the technical specifications were not revealed, other attributes such as the ultra-thin design and the screen with curved edges (Huawei P50 Pro) were highlighted. Also, this smartphone will be much lighter than its predecessors.
The most noticeable thing is the rear camera. The top unit contains three sensors that will serve as the main lens, an ultra-wide angle, and a telephoto lens. For its part, at the bottom we find a depth sensor or ToF 3D and an LED flash.
. promotional video Huawei P50 It also reveals other details such as that the back will have a glass finish and gold will be one of the colors that this long-awaited team will be available in.
What will be its technical specifications?
Xataka, a portal dedicated to technology, guarantees that this team will come in two versions: Huawei P50 s P50 Pro. The latter will have slightly higher features than the standard version.
For example, you’ll have a 6.6-inch curved OLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, while the P50 will be flat and slightly smaller (6.3 inches) with a 90Hz return rate.
Regarding the processor, the P50 Pro will use the Kirin 9000 processor (developed by Huawei itself), compared to the Kirin 9000E that comes in the regular version of this device which is still not specified with a launch date
The aforementioned media also reports that the alliance between the Chinese company and Ica It will end with the P50, that is, it will be the last smartphone to have cameras designed in collaboration with this famous German company.
At the moment, it is not known which company will replace Huawei. Although many names such as Honor, Xiaomi or even Sharp have already appeared.
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