Huawei P50 will go on sale in early-to-mid August: 4G version will sell first

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Huawei has been working on the Huawei P50 series for quite some time. The official launch of this device has been postponed several times for obvious reasons. However, the company has settled all the supply issues and it’s now set to launch this device.  From the reports so far, Huawei will unveil the P50 series on July 29th. Although the company is yet to confirm this date, there are reports that it will not postpone the launch anymore. According to the latest report, this device will launch on July 29 but will go on sale weeks later. Specifically, the Huawei P50 series will hit the market in mid-to-early August.

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Furthermore, the first batch of listings will be the 4G version which uses the Snapdragon 888 SoC. The Snapdragon 888 SoC will have a 4G version which performs just like the 5G version. Due to the ban by the U.S, Huawei can only purchase 4G chip products from Qualcomm. This means that the company can not purchase the 5G version of the Snapdragon 888.

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Huawei P50 series – an almost all Chinese smartphone

According to reports, many of the components in the Huawei P50 series comes from Chinese manufacturers. So far, the Huawei P50 series is the most “localized” smartphone. This means that it’s the smartphone with the most Chinese component.

In addition, the performance of the Huawei P50 series will also go further. It will launch a variety of new functions and optimize some of the unique features, especially in the camera department. From the reports so far, the Huawei P50 series will have a superb camera.

It is worth mentioning that the Huawei P50 series this time will completely abandon the previous “pill” type dual punch-hole screens. The display comes with a single punch-hole screen. This design improves the screen-to-body ratio of the display as well as the overall visual effect.

 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.

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