Huawei CEO, Ren Zhengfei showed a number of new products when releasing HarmonyOS. Including showing the appearance of the Huawei P50 Pro. From the image seen on the Zhengfei presentation slide, it looks like the P50 Pro’s rear camera. Shows the rear camera module which is round and very large. Inside the two big circles, there are 4 cameras, namely 3 cameras on the top and one camera on the bottom.
Since long ago, the P series is a series devoted to photography. So it’s not strange if Huawei uses a design that really emphasizes the rear camera. However, of course, the ability of photography is not only from the design of the camera. The P50 Pro is expected to sport the largest camera sensor for a smartphone. Just like the sensor used on the Sharp Aquos R6 in collaboration with Leica.
Huawei will certainly cooperate with Leica in working on this P50 Pro camera. Although there are many rumors that say they will separate. Huawei’s CEO said that the P50 Pro will be released in the spring of 2021. However, they encountered many challenges in their release. He finally could not confirm when the smartphone will be released.
This smartphone is confirmed to be running HarmonyOS. However, there is also a possibility that there will be a P50 variant that uses a chip from Qualcomm. Just like the MatePad Pro which uses the Snapdragon 870. Huawei has finally introduced HarmonyOS 2.0. This homemade operating system will replace Android in its smartphone line.
The latest Huawei Mate 40 and Mate X2 are the first devices to receive HarmonyOS 2.0. However, it is certain that the line of devices that have been and will be released will receive this operating system.