A new video from China has surfaced recently of what looks like a dummy unit of Huawei’s P50 Pro smartphone.
The device shows up quite clearly in the short video, as it’s being handled by two people and we can see the overall design as well as some of the ports, buttons and cameras on both the front and the back.
The front panel has a punch-hole cut out for the selfie camera but just from the video it’s hard to tell what the size of the display is. Previous rumors have mentioned that the P50 Pro will have a 6.6-inch OLED panel with a 120Hz refresh rate, while the vanilla version will have a 6.3-inch one. So far, we don’t know anything about the refresh rate on the standard P50.
On the back, we can clearly see a five-camera sensor setup in large circular camera modules. It’s rumored that they will have similar focal lengths to the cameras found on the P40 Pro and the Mate 40 Pro. They might have also come with the addition of a 125mm telephoto module with 5x zoom as well as an 18mm equivalent ultrawide.
One of the most consistent rumors is the fact that the main sensor will be a 1-inch Sony IMX800, which is the largest phone sensor around right now.
The device will most likely boot up on Huawei’s proprietary Harmony OS and the battery capacity on the devices is expected to be either 4200mAh or 4300mAh, depending on what model you decide to purchase.
It’s expected it will support 66W wired fast charging and 55W wired charging.
It has been rumored that the company will choose a Qualcomm chipset for this device, but more and more rumors point in the direction of the Kirin 9000 instead.
The Huawei P50 series has officially been confirmed to debut on July 29th, via the company’s Weibo page.
We are just a few days away from the unveiling date but if anything else pops up in the meantime, we’ll tell you all about it.