During the month of March, the first renderings of the Huawei P50 were revealed, with a very different design from its predecessor P40. Now, new high quality renderings appear, as well as a video from a new source, where we can confirm some details.
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The new images are by Waqar Khan and allow us to understand the new aspect of the camera module of the Huawei P50 a little better. Since the first leak, several questions have been asked about the camera system of the new smartphone, especially thanks to the two large circular lenses that line up vertically.
With the images that appear today, we can see that each of the circular areas can accommodate two chambers, resulting in a system quad-camera.
What is known about the Huawei P50?
In addition to having access to the design of the device, information about this terminal is still scarce. Several rumors point to the inclusion of the new Sony IMX800 1 ″ sensor as the main camera of the entire Huawei P50 series, an interesting feature, considering that this would be the largest sensor ever used on a smartphone.
The Huawei P50 should also have a telephoto camera and a wide-angle camera, although details about them are not known. For the Pro and Pro + versions, the periscope telephoto cameras and the 3D ToF sensor are also reserved.
Today’s leak suggests that the Huawei P50 will hit the market in four different colors, black, white, green and a shade Rose-Gold. Although not confirmed by the company, the Kirin 9000 processor should be chosen to equip the P50 line.
As for the launch, Huawei will have postponed to the months of May or June (date still uncertain), after it was initially expected that the device would be presented at the end of March. So, we will have to wait a little longer to get to know the new Huawei P50 in detail.
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Source: Waqar Khan
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