Chinese manufacturing giant, Huawei, is getting set to announce the Huawei P50 series. Over the past few months, there have been several reports regarding this flagship. However, we are certain that the company will still have some surprises for us on the launch date. According to popular Weibo leakster, @DCS, Huawei is developing a 90W fast charging head (charger) that is suitable for smartphones. This latest revelation sparks speculations that this charger may arrive with the Huawei P50 series.
At present, the highest fast charging specification for any Huawei smartphone is 66W. The Huawei Mate 40 Pro and a few other models support up to 66W fast charging. As of now, there is no information on the charging capacity of the Huawei P50 series. It is currently unclear if this upcoming flagship will support up to 90W fast charging.
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Huawei first provided an 18W fast charge, and then introduced the SuperCharge standard, which evolved from 22.5W to 40W and then to 60W. The 90W super fast charge currently exposed is the highest among Huawei’s charging specifications. For mobile phones currently in mass production on the market, the fastest charging is the Black Shark 4 Pro, iQOO 7, and other models that use 120W wired fast charging. There is also a concept Infinix Zero X which uses 160W fast charging but it is not in mass production.
Huawei P50 series speculations
So far, there are reports that this flagship will be official on July 29th. The company has been postponing the launch of this device due to a lack of relevant components. Huawei will optimize some of the unique features to improve the comprehensive strength of the camera. Considering that Huawei’s Kirin stocks are running out, this series will likely have a Snapdragon processor 888 4G version. Despite the fact that this is a 4G chip, the performance is just like the 5G version. The different models in this series come in different screen sizes. The standard version will use a Visionox straight-screen solution while the Pro+ version will use BOE’s latest diamond-like quad-curved display. In addition, the Pro model will come with a hybrid hyperboloid screen design.
There are also reports that the P50 series’s gameplay and optimization of the video part are better than expected this time. Some new capabilities in the video process have improved the shooting, and the discoloration and stuttering caused by the zoom of the video lens have been improved. This will make the zoom smoother than in previous generations.