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Huawei confirmed that it will finally launch P50 series on July 29!

Huawei CEO Richard Yu just announced that they will release the P50 series on July 29.
Huawei's announcement of the launch date on (Photo from Weibo)

The start of a new era of mobile photography?

The launch date was just speculated before but it is now official since it was posted on the company's Weibo account. The post of tech giant CEO reads,

The road forward has no end, this time we surpass ourselves in the field of imaging again. On July 29th, the #HuaweiP50 series will soon release a new mobile imaging technology pioneered in the industry, and the new era of mobile imaging will set sail, so stay tuned! 

There were speculations that the P50 will come with an LTE-only version of the Snapdragon 888 chipset. But, there are claims that the flagship series will run a Kirin 9000 chipset and operate HarmonyOS 2.0 inside.
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Official image of the Huawei P50

We also reported before that Huawei P50 high-quality renders were leaked online. Apparently, it features an oval camera cut-out with two circular camera humps. It seems that Huawei will unveil this series in four colorways: White, Black, Blue, and Beige.

There are two sensors on each camera hump that completes the quad-camera setup. Based on the photo, the LED flash is located between the two circular humps.

According to rumors, the primary sensor of the upcoming devices is the Sony IMX800 which is the first 1-inch camera sensor in a smartphone. This is claimed to be the successor of the Sony IMX700 sensor features on the P40 series.

Moreover, the P50 is assumed to sport a standard wide-angle, a telephoto, and ultra-wide angle sensor, with the fourth may become a depth sensor. As for the P50 Pro, it will possibly have the same set of cameras but with a periscope instead of a telephoto lens. Allegedly, the P50 Pro Plus will allegedly be equipped with both a periscope and a telephoto along with a 3D ToF camera.

Note that these are just speculations so we'll have to wait for the launch on July 29, 2021, to know the accurate information.

What do you think?

Sources: Richard Yu, Via: SPARROW NEWS
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