With an expected release date this spring, we already have here the first leaked images of the Huawei P50 Pro.
2021 is a crucial year for Huawei. It is not clear that the United States will remove sanctions, nor is it clear that the Chinese giant wants to return to Android and Google. As it looks for new business in other industries, the launch of the Huawei P50 range will be quite a statement of intent about its strategy for the coming years.
Will it be the first handset with HarmonyOS, will it be allowed to include Google services, or will it give them up? These are questions that we do not yet have the answers to. But what we can analyze right now are the first images of the Huawei P50 Pro.
These are several renders that have been leaked by @OnLeaks, a fairly reliable source,.
What do we see here? First, a 6.6-inch display handset with curved edges, glass body, and metal chassis with flat-edged top and bottom.
According to @OnLeaks, it measures 159 x 73 x 8.6mm (10.3mm if we add the camera bump). The design is similar to the P30 series, or the recent Huawei P Smart 2021.
A major change compared to the P40 range is that it replaces the dual front sensor that was located on the side, with a single central mini-hole in the screen.
But by far the most striking is the design of the rear cameras.
If this design is confirmed, the Huawei P50 Pro is going to surprise with a configuration of sensors in the shape of an egg or oval, inside which two large spheres will supposedly contain more than one sensor. Why this design, for now, is a mystery.
The leak doesn’t offer any specifics, though we do have some additional data.
The Huawei P50 range could incorporate the largest Sony sensor ever created by the Japanese company.it is also rumored that it could use liquid lenses.
As for its specifications, there is talk of a Kirin 9000 processor, memory between 6 and 8GB at least, 120GB storage, and a 135W charger.
These data are still a bit vague, but we will not take long to find out, because as we said its presentation will be this spring.