Huawei P50 renders

In 2021, the release of the Huawei P50 series is on the agenda.

A few days ago, designer Hoindl shared a batch of so-called Huawei P50 renders. Though the author didn’t mention what a base these renders have, we guess most of their design elements are in line with the previous rumors and leaks.

Huawei P50 renders

In the picture, the Huawei P50 uses a straight screen with a central hole design. On the back, there are three camera sensors, concentrated in a rectangular outline.

Although the visual perception of the central hole is much better, it seems to mean that Huawei’s previous 3D face unlocking on the flagship machines will have to compromise and give up.

There is a red power button on the middle frame on the side, and no infrared emission hole is reserved on the interface.

On the whole, the Huawei P50 in the eyes of the designer has a concise and lively style, and there is nothing special about it.

Huawei P50 renders

Of course, in addition to the appearance, the world also pays attention to the internals of the Huawei P50. We have heard that it will still be equipped with a Kirin 9000 series processor, a 120Hz adaptive refresh rate display (2640×1280 resolution), a 32MP front selfie lens, and a battery that supports 66W wired and 40-watt wireless fast charging, etc. Plus, there should be two models running on Harmony OS and Android.

Mao Yumin, vice president of Huawei’s software department, once said that the developer Beta version of the Harmony released by Huawei on December 16 will adopt a new design style. Plus, the Huawei Mate 40 series will be the first to get the corresponding update. The Harmony OS 2.0 roadmap shows this system will first support devices including smartwatches and in-car system sin 2020. From the second quarter of 2021, it’ll support devices above 128MB RAM such as smartphones and tablets.

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