Huawei P50 will launch in April in China: Tipster

Huawei P50 Pro Render

Last month, Huawei has released the next-gen folding smartphone, Huawei Mate X2, which comes with a host of premium features to provide a brand new user experience.

Following this launch, the consumer’s excitement is now again shifting towards the upcoming Huawei’s high-end flagship lineup, Huawei P50, which was in discussion for a long time.

Previously, it was reported that Huawei P50 may reveal at the end of March in the global markets while launching in the Chinese market could happen in early April.

Recently, a well-known tipster from Weibo discloses that the official Huawei P50 series Press Conference in China will be scheduled for April 17. However, the global unveiling will happen around March.

Huawei P50 specification (leaked):

The Huawei P50 series will come in three variants including P50, P50 Pro, and P50 Pro+ with a display size of 6.1/6.2 inch, 6.6.inch, and 6.8inch respectively. In terms of processor, the standard version equipped with Kirin 9000E, and the rest models with Kirin 9000 processor.

Talking about the design, the device’s appearance may much different from previous generation’s models. Renders show that this lineup adopts a center-perforated design, continue the four curved design as well as less screen body ratio.

The backside of the P50 lineup follows the P40 arrangement, the main camera system still placed in the upper left corner with a square shape camera module.

Additionally, the P50 basic variant expected to feature a 90Hz screen refresh rate, and P50 Pro, P50 Pro+ high-end smartphones may offer a 120Hz refresh rate. It was reported that Chinese variants could come pre-installed with HarmonyOS while the global editions packed with EMUI 11.1.

*Still, there is no confirmation arrive at the moment regarding the launch and specification of the Huawei P50 series.
*More information is yet to reveal. Stay connected with us, we’ll keep you posted.


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