Huawei P50 this year lacks the appearance of the Pro + version.
After a long time of waiting, today, Huawei has officially launched the high-end Huawei P50 and P50 Pro duo. This year’s product line will only include two standard and Pro versions, without the appearance of the Pro + version like last year’s version.
The design of Huawei P50 and P50 Pro is quite similar. This design has been teased by Huawei since the launch event in early June. In general, compared to its predecessor, the Huawei P40, the P50 “makes up” completely in terms of design. On the back, Huawei is equipped with a fairly large camera cluster, including 4 main cameras with the following parameters on each version.
– 50MP f/1.8: Wide-angle camera, 23mm conversion focal length, OIS, laser focus
– 13MP f/2.2: Super wide-angle camera, 16mm conversion focal length
– 12MP f/3.4: periscope 5X telephoto camera, 125mm conversion focal length, OIS
Huawei P50 Pro depth camera :
– 50MP f/ 1.8: Wide-angle camera, 23mm conversion focal length, OIS, laser focus
– 64MP f/3.5: Potential 3.5X telephoto camera, 90mm conversion focal length, OIS, 100X combined zoom
– 13MP f/2.2: Angle camera ultra-wide, 13mm
– 40MP f/1.6 conversion : monochrome
Camera The main camera cluster on Huawei P50 is also fine-tuned by Leica. According to many sources, the P50 series is Huawei’s last product line that also carries the “Leica” logo because Leica has now “parted” from Huawei to switch to an exclusive cooperation with the Japanese brand Sharp.
According to Huawei, the P50 is equipped with a completely new Dual Matrix camera system, using a 10-channel multi-spectrum sensor, combined with Huawei XD Optics and XD image processors. Fusion Pro aims to maximize image quality, especially in terms of dynamic range. The Pro version continues to maintain a combined telephoto zoom of up to 100X thanks to the high-resolution 5X periscope camera.
In terms of display, Huawei P50 is equipped with a 6.5-inch screen and the Pro version is 6.6-inch. Both use OLED panels with Full HD + resolution, 90Hz and 120Hz refresh rates, 300Hz touch sampling frequency, respectively. Unlike previous generations, this year Huawei is no longer equipped with a dual “mole” design, instead with a single 13MP camera placed in the middle.
In terms of performance, there will be two versions of Huawei P50 / P50 Pro with two different processors including the Kirin 9000 and Snapdragon 888 4G versions. Notably, both versions do not support 5G networks. Although we do not disclose the specific reason, we can fully understand because Huawei is currently experiencing a serious shortage of components. Previously, Huawei had reached an agreement to use Qualcomm’s processors on new product lines, but the ban from the US government forced Huawei not to use 5G modems.
Huawei P50 and P50 Pro have 8GB RAM, 128GB/256GB/512GB storage. The included battery has a capacity of 4100mAh and 4360mAh, respectively, supporting 66W fast charging, only the Pro version supports 50W wireless fast charging. Both have built-in dual speakers, support IP68 waterproof standard, equipped with fingerprints under the screen and run on HarmonyOS platform (based on Android 11 and without Google).