It’s almost the time of year when Huawei usually launches its flagship smartphones. And while the brand has yet announced an official debut date, a trustworthy leakster says the P50 series is coming between March 26 and 28.
But what do we know so far about the P50 series? First off, three phones are expected in the lineup: a standard P50, P50 Pro, and P50 Pro+. The vanilla version will come with a Kirin 9000E processor while the other two will run on the flagship Kirin 9000 chipset.
Design-wise, renders so far show off curved edges similar to the P40 series. We also might see a 6.6-inch display with a hole-punch camera by the top-center of the device.
According to a report from Sina Tech, the P50 series will run on Harmony OS instead of the Android-based EMUI 11. Like other Huawei devices, don’t expect the P50 line to come with Google Mobile Services.
In terms of cameras, the P50 is said to have a “new ultra-sensing camera system,” but not much is known about it yet.