Huawei P50: all models will arrive with totally different screens!

Huawei P50 screen

There have been many rumors and leaks about Huawei’s next high-end smartphone series, the Huawei P50, P50 Pro and P50 Pro +. Now, new information about the three models has been published, revealing that each of them will present a different type of screen.

The publication was made by the Instagram account @Guidingdroid, where they show the front panel of all models, confirming some interesting details.

Huawei P50 screen

As seen in the image, the same type of screen will not be used on any of the models. The most basic will be the Huawei P50, which will be practically flat, with only minimal curvature. The P50 Pro will arrive with a waterfall screen, with a sharp curvature at its horizontal ends.

The most interesting seems to be the Huawei P50 Pro +, which will have a curved panel at all ends. That is, it will maintain the curvature of the Pro model, but also adding it to the vertical ends.

Specifications of the new Huawei P50 remains a mystery

Contrary to what is customary with Huawei smartphones, not as much concrete information about its specifications has yet been revealed as one would expect. Even though there have been several rumors and leaks, there are still many doubts in the air.

Huaweo P50

One of the biggest questions is about your processor. Although it is almost certain that they will use the Kirin 9000 released by Mate 40, there is also the possibility of arriving with one yet to present MediaTek Dimensity 2000.

This possibility is due to the difficulty of being able to guarantee a stable supply of the components necessary for the production of its processors. This is yet another negative result of the restrictions implemented by the United States.

Also in the photographic segment the guarantees are practically null, being only certain that they will present great improvements when compared with their predecessors. A new periscope lens with an optical zoom of up to 10x, a sensor to measure body temperature and also the FreeLens technology launched in Mate 40 is expected.

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