Huawei traditionally organized in the fall the launch of devices from the Mate range, which came bundled with the company’s latest technologies, from top proprietary processors to new 5G modems or security systems. This year, however, we may see a major change in the Chinese company’s strategy. After a delayed announcement of the Huawei P50 series in China, the next launch event also seems to focus on these models, thus announcing their international availability.
Huawei P50 was announced in the summer without a release date
Huawei has just announced a new launch event, which will take place on October 21 in Vienna. It’s called “Huawei new product launch event” and includes a photo with a smartphone seen in profile. However, this seems to be the Huawei P50 Pro model, already announced in the summer, but which has not yet appeared in specialty stores.
In fact, at the initial announcement, Huawei did not talk about availability even in China, so only in October we may find out when these devices will hit the market.
The launch of the Huawei P50 in Europe could also mark the availability of HarmonyOS on smartphones outside of China. At the moment, I only saw HarmonyOS on MatePad tablets and Huawei Watch 3 and 3 Pro watches. For phones already launched with Android and EMUI, Huawei recently unveiled EMUI 12, with elements inspired by HarmonyOS. With the launch of the P50 in Europe, however, the company could offer its operating system in this region as well.
It seems that Huawei has partially solved the problem of processors, now collaborating with Qualcomm to integrate 4G chips in its devices. The P50 series has already been announced with the Snadpragon 888 chipset for the P50 and P50 Pro models. However, the top model can also be delivered with the proprietary Kirin 9000 processor, probably Huawei using its latest stocks for this variant.
source: Phone Arena
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