The Motorola P50 was released in China just over a week ago and this smartphone is now set to hit the market on July 20. Potential buyers of this smartphone will, however, have to part with 2,499 yuan ($364). Recall that the Motorola P50 the Chinese version of Motorola One Vision. There are just a few differences. The Motorola One Vision has 4GB of RAM, while the P50 has a 6GB RAM solution. Motorola P50 features the ZUI 11 OS on to of Android 9 Pie while the Motorola One Vision uses a new Stock Android system. The P50 also has new colour combinations such as blue gold and amber.
The Motorola P50 has a 21:9 6.34-inch LCD panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2520. Its display supports DCI-P3 colour gamut. It uses a punch-hole display while the rear case is made of 3D curved glass. The rear has a dual camera module as well as the Motorola logo which is also the fingerprint sensing area. The P50 is powered by the Samsung Exynos 9609 processor. The dual rear camera consists of a 48MP camera that supports OIS and a 5MP depth-of-field camera with f/1.7 aperture. The front camera is a 2MP f/2.0 aperture camera. The battery capacity is 3,500mAh and it supports 15W fast charging. In addition, this smartphone uses a hybrid SIM slot to support microSD card expansion.