Huawei has announced that it will release the annual flagship Mate X2 folding screen phone after the Spring Festival. It seems that Huawei’s smartphone business is still advancing in an orderly manner. So, we also have reason to believe that the Huawei P50 series can come in spring.
The news expert Teme revealed on the social platform that the final prototype design of the P50 has been locked. It will soon enter the mass production stage.
Hence, we can expect the Chinese telecom giant to release the following models
- HUAWEI P50
- HUAWEI P50 Pro / Pro+
Both Pro models feature Kirin 9000 processors. According to Huawei’s statement at the Mate 40 series conference, this is the first 5nm 5G SoC with 30% more transistors than the A14 on the iPhone 12. And the standard version sports Kirin 9000E.
Additionally, he also says that these smartphones will be soon entering mass-production as their design has been finalized. Last but not least, as per him, the HUAWEI P50 series’ USP (Unique Selling Proposition) will be screen quality, new ultra-sensing camera system, and gaming capabilities. Combined with the information given by Changan Digital this week, the ID design of the P50 series will be greatly changed. But the exact information is not available whether it fits the single hole in the previous rendering.
Previously, there were reports that the P50 Pro+’s screen is a 6.7-inch 120Hz refresh rate LTPO panel. In terms of battery capacity, the P50 Pro comes with 66 watts wired, 55 watts wireless fast charging, and 4200~4300mAh battery capacity. Availability will be fairly limited too, with a lion’s share of the stock reserved for the Chinese market. The chances of Huawei launching the Huawei P50 series in India are quite low.
The Chinese company had been catching up fast in the lucrative premium smartphone sector prior to US sanctions. Huawei said it shipped 44 million units of P and Mate series smartphones in 2019. This is near level with Samsung’s shipment of its flagship Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series. Combined it was 45 million units, in 2019.