Huawei P50: three models and two operating systems?

The smartphone series Huawei P50, even if with a thousand problems of another nature, it will arrive as usual within the first six months of 2021. From a little precise “first half of 2021”, now we have news of the possible month and even the date on which they will be presented.

The new smartphones could be launched on a date between 26 and 28 March 2021. We talk about it in the plural as there are indiscretions that they see coming 3 smartphone top of the range with two different SoCs: Kirin 990 and Kirin 990E.

Huawei P50

The source of the news reports that the Chinese company has finished work on all 3 devices and the paper projects can reach the factories for mass production. Furthermore, the source reports that there will be a big difference from the past with a fresher and updated design.

They will therefore exist Huawei P50, P50 Pro and P50 Pro +. The basic variant is provided with a display without side curvatures, the Pro one with very pronounced edges and the Pro Plus variant with a curved display installed on each side. Moreover, the various models will stand out for photographic performance. For the production of displays, Huawei has made agreements with LG and Samsung. This gives us some peace of mind about the quality that the latter will have.

As exactly a month ago, when it was we talked, there are still no rumors about the arrival of the model P50 Lite. If this were not the case, it would be the first time since the company started the P series. It is not long before the presentation but despite this we are not yet aware of what software strategy the company will bring to market, at least in the West. This is because with the advent of HarmonyOS there may be new plans over Android.

We are pretty sure that in China it will guarantee the exclusive use of its new OS and in Europe it could give the possibility to choice to users between the HarmonyOS and Android 11, both of which still have EMUI 12 and AppGallery.

Source: Tom's Hardware by

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