In the last few months, there have been several rumors and reports circulated about the upcoming Huawei P50 series of smartphones. Recently, the official look-alike renders have appeared online which shows two large camera rings at the rear side and said to house four cameras, including one large 1-inch sensor for the main camera.
Huawei P50 Series Render: [Leak]
In the below renders, the camera array within the large rings is visible, showing three cameras in the upper cluster and one in the lower one. It’s speculated that the lower camera is the main shooter with the huge camera sensor.
Huawei P50 Series display details: [Leak]
Now, according to the new information, Huawei to use Visionox and BOE displays in the P50 series. Check the list below.
- Huawei P50 = Visionox
- Huawei P50 Pro = BOE & Visionox
- Huawei P50 Pro Plus = BOE ( hexagonal crystal screen arrangement developed by BOE, experience same as LG screen diamond arrangement )
Huawei P50 Series Specifications details: [Leak]
The Huawei P50 is expected to feature a 6.3 inch display with a centered punch hole selfie shooter while the rear is reportedly the Sony’s 1 inch IMX 800 sensor. The smartphone is expeced to launch in the arriving weeks, so stay tuned for more updates.
It was previously reported that the Huawei P50 will be equipped with Sony’s exclusive custom IMX800 sensor as standard. It has an ultra-large base close to 1 inch. This is also the largest sensor in Sony’s history, which can bring more powerful imaging effects. With Huawei’s unique RYYB arrangement, night shooting capabilities will be upgraded again to become a new generation of night vision devices.
In terms of configuration, it is reported that the three versions of Huawei P50, P50 Pro, and P50 Pro+ will be equipped with Kirin 9000L, Kirin 9000E, and Kirin 9000 respectively, with different market positioning.
User @alfawien was able to zoom into the photo and make out what looks like 13-90mm. Some users in the thread speculate the P50’s periscope camera may feature variable zoom.
If I can read this correctly its a Leica camera with 13-90 mm equivalent so no periscope apparently. pic.twitter.com/foUMhk0kk4
— Alexander Fagot (@alfawien) May 12, 2021