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Huawei P50 Pro first official look: Hot camera plates

The wait is over! Or … kind of.

Huawei’s CEO, Ren Zhengfei, took the stage to unveil a lot of new ones Huawei products. The new MatePad Pro with a number of new accessories, Huawei Watch 3, FreeBuds 4 and a few smart screens.

Of course, HarmonyOS also made an official debut. It comes with the recently announced devices and many older ones like P40, P30, P20 and even P10 series. The same goes for the Mate series of phones.

But what was not expected also happened. Huawei finally took wraps of the long-awaited P50 Pro. The design is striking with two massive camera plates on the back, which houses four cameras.

Photography has always been the focus of Huawei’s “P” series of smartphones. The P50 Pro is expected to have the largest camera sensor on any phone that matches it from the Sharp Aquos R6. We can also confirm that the Leica partnership remains in place despite the rumors between the German camera and the Chinese giant.
Huawei’s CEO introduced the phone by saying that it should come out in the spring, but the company has faced challenges on the way to release. Therefore, he still can not say exactly when the phone will come out. We assume that Huawei felt pressured to finally show off the device as rumors ran up for a while.

The P50 series of phones runs on HarmonyOS, but it’s about everything we know about now. It is likely that some of the P50 phones use Qualcomm chips, as this is the case with some of Huawei’s recently unveiled tablets.

The launch issues the company is facing are likely to be related to two things: global chip shortages and negotiations with US smartphone hardware manufacturers. At this point, the US trade ban is unlikely to be reversed, which is why HarmonyOS exists.

All in all, we do not have a release date for the phone, but at least we can confirm the sleek design and hope it comes out of the factory sooner rather than later.

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