Huawei has called on the smartphone loving masses to get ready for the next flagship smartphones, which means the full launch of the P50 lineup is just around the corner.
The company is hosting a live event on July 29, a few weeks after the first P50 was announced in early June. The company teased the design but did not wait for the full launch because it was unable to mass-produce the Kirin chipsets that would power the phone.
However, more than six weeks later, the company appears to be ready for the P50 lineup, which likely promises further camera improvements from Huawei’s photography-focused lineup.
The teaser image shown during the live broadcast on June 2 (above) shows the dual camera bump design with four lenses and two flash modules. However, we have learned a little more about the nature of the camera or the megapixel count, aside from confirming the presence of Leica optics.
Huawei said it plans to “take mobile photography to the next level” with even larger sensors and improved optical zoom, in addition to the impressive results we got from last year’s Huawei P40 Pro Plus.
We also expect the phone to come with a new built-in HarmonyOS, which will replace Android. The trade restrictions that the United States opposes on Huawei mean the company has chosen to go it alone rather than launching a version of Android without key Google services as it has in the past couple of years.
Little is known about the new HUAWEI flagship product launch with the original title “New HUAWEI Flagship Product Launch”, but it will be streamed live on YouTube. We’ll likely see more than one device, along with the final price and release date of the latest additions to the lineup.