The teaser reveals four camera lenses and two flash modules on the rear. It also confirms Huawei’s, as usual, partnership with Leica for its optical configurations. However, no information was provided pertaining to the megapixel counts.
As seen in the teaser, the phone has a glass back which is reflecting the objects like a mirror. The beautiful design and thin slim looks makes it quite appealing.
Huawei’s Cameras: The ‘Zoom Kings’
Huawei claims the P50 series will “lift mobile photography to a new level.” Traditionally the Huawei’s flagships have been marked for their incredible camera specs, especially their zooming capabilities.
Its predecessor Huawei P40 Pro rocks a primary 50MP camera which offers a magnificent 5x optical zoom and 50x digital zoom. Huawei has set its bar very high for camera segments and we can expect more bumped-up specs for P50 Pro too.
Besides the camera, rumors have suggested that Huawei P50 Pro will sport a 6.6-inch OLED curved display with a punch-hole in the center. The flagship device will reportedly pack Qualcomm’s most powerful Snapdragon 888 processor under the hood.
Chip Shortage To Delay P50 series Launch
Despite the teaser, Huawei did not reveal the launch date for P50 Series. Traditionally, the company launches its ‘P Series’ in Spring but this will not be possible. We can sense the chip shortage behind this unwanted delay.
Global electronic industries have been reeling from chip shortages since last year. High demands for electronic goods during the Coronavirus pandemic have fueled chip shortage even further and Huawei has not remained untouched from it.
It is also reasonable that Huawei is taking time to optimize the next flagship to run as smoothly as possible on its full-fledged HarmonyOS 2. The company is entering into a new era with upcoming devices and it wants to prove its relevancy in the most exceptional fashion.
Huawei P50 Series will carry a lot of weight and expectations for Huawei’s next era in smartphones and the company won’t take any chances.
At the event, Huawei also confirmed it is rolling out HarmonyOS 2 to 100 devices. This gives the customers a chance to ditch Android and enter into the next-gen ecosystem of HarmonyOS 2.
How excited are you for HarmonyOS 2 with its next-level compatibility across a multitude of devices? Will you be willing to buy a new phone with Harmony OS, ditching Android for Huawei’s fresh OS? Share your opinion in the comments below.
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