We are aware of the fact Huawei is preparing up for the launch of its flagship Huawei P50 series smartphones. The P50 lineup is said to include three devices – the base Huawei P50 model, a P50 Pro, and the P50+. This new series is said to debut by the end of March if we go by the company’s past launches. The phones in the P50 lineup are in the news from the last couple of months, considering that we have been seeing new details regarding them each passing day. Today, the screen protector of the Huawei P50 Pro is revealed online. The screen protector does one way confirms the design language of the phone as far its front goes. Let’s check out more details ont this ahead:
Huawei P50 Pro Screen Protector Leaked
The Huawei P50 Pro screen protector’s information comes to the limelight courtesy of the popular Chinese leakster Digital Chat Station on Weibo (via: 1688) . If we have a look at the screen protector, the P50 Pro shall possibly feature a curved display. The device might have a smaller bezel on the side if we observe the details of the tempered glass film. The screen protector appears to be on sale in China ahead of the P50 series official launch, which is priced at around 13 Yuan. We recommend you take these details with a pinch of salt, as the final design of the P50 Pro may vary when it launches. Moving onto the display details of these upcoming phones, last year Huawei had gone with Samsung-made OLED screens for its P40 Pro+ flagship. Going by this fact, this year we shall possibly expect the Huawei P50 lineup to include an OLED display only.
It is said that the vanilla Huawei P50 will feature a 6.1-inch display, while the P50 Pro and the P50+ might sport a 6.6 inch and 6.8-inch display respectively. Rumours are rife that Huawei will implement the Kirin 9000E SoC with base P50 model, while the P50 Pro and the P50 Pro+ are supposed to run on the flagship platform Kirin 9000 chipset. Earlier, it was believed that Huawei will first make use of the Kirin 9000 chipset for the Huawei Mate 40 lineup, which unfortunately did not happen. As far as the charging capability of the P50 lineup go, the base P50 model is said to offer 66W wired fast charging, and a 50W wireless fast charging support. Huawei has already finalized the design of the P50 series, and the phones are ready to go into mass production as revealed by Twitter leakster @RODENT950 a few days ago.
The same leakster had mentioned last month that the key selling point of the P50 handsets will be the Screen quality, new ultra sensing camera system, and gaming capabilities. Additionally, @RODENT950 even detailed in his tweet last month that the Huawei P50 model will equip a Sony IMX800 sensor. In a reply to the earlier tweet, @RODENT950 even mentioned that Huawei will stick with a 50MP camera with the same RYYB filter that it had used in the P30 and P40 series. Contradictory rumors hint that Huawei might launch the P50 series in mid-April, instead of March. However, as of now, there’s no firm confirmation as far as the official launch date of these phones go.
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