We have been waiting patiently for the arrival of the new Huawei P50 series since the rumors first emerged that it would arrive in March of this year. However, we know the wait is almost over as the Sino-Korean tech giant has officially announced that it will be launching the new P50 series in the last week of July and it appears that this new series will be launched all over the world will be available.
The new Huawei P50 series will be officially presented next week, more precisely on Thursday 29 August. Given the company’s situation, we expected the new smartphone to have limited availability in China and possibly some other Asian countries, but according to a Huawei representative in Finland, the P50 will be available worldwide.
Unfortunately, the Huawei P50 series won’t include Google services due to the US ban, but the company continues to develop a proprietary ecosystem that already offers 134,000 apps. Additionally, the company has more than 4 million developers signing up on the Harmony platform, which means you can very well survive without Google apps pre-installed. And remember, there are ways to bypass these roadblocks. And if these issues aren’t really what you’re looking for, then your new P50, which is expected to come with Leica cameras, can be your go-to solution.
The new Huawei P50 series is also believed to come with a 125mm periscope lens with an f / 3/4 aperture in at least one of its models. Other rumors suggest that this could be the last Huawei device to feature a Kirin drive, as the company may have to switch to a 4G-only variant of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor as the Kirin 9000 chip range may be somewhat limited is. Anyway, we’re going to cover the launch event of the new P50 series so we can keep you informed of everything you need to know about the upcoming Huawei P50.
Via GSM arena