Huawei is known for launching its P-series of camera-centric flagship by the first quarter of the year. However, in a bid to launch the P50 series preinstalled with the company’s HarmonyOS 2.0 and the ongoing supply has reportedly delayed the arrival of the P50 models this year. While recent reports claimed that the P50 lineup will debut in June, new leaks suggest that it could be debuting by the end of July.
A Chinese digital blogger took to Weibo to share a binary code 1011011001 to reveal the launch date of the P50 lineup. This code converts to 729, which suggests that P50, P50 Pro, and P50 Pro+ may debut on July 29.
Another tipster claimed that the Huawei P50 series may mainly include Kirin 900 SoC-powered 4G devices due to the supply issue. However, there is a possibility that the lineup may include 5G variants.
Another source has claimed that the P50 will be equipped with a new 1/1.8-inch sensor for the ultrawide camera. Hence, it appears that the P50 could be featuring the largest ultrawide camera sensor seen on any smartphone.
Other reports have claimed that the Huawei P50 Pro+ and Huawei P50 could be featuring the 1-inch Sony IMX800 as the primary lens, which is the biggest smartphone camera sensor ever.
The base model is expected to feature the main lens, an ultrawide camera and a telephoto camera in its triple camera setup, and a slightly curved OLED screen.
The P50 Pro may feature a main camera, an ultrawide shooter, and a periscope lens in its triple camera system. The P50 Pro+’s rear camera system may comprise of the main camera, an ultrawide lens, a telephoto camera, a periscope lens, and a ToF depth sensor. Bot handsets may feature the so-called “waterfall” curved edge displays.