Huawei unveiled its new Android challenger, the P50, but there’s bad news for millions of Huawei enthusiasts.


Huawei unveiled its new Android challenger, the P50, but there’s bad news for millions of Huawei enthusiasts.

HUAWEI just revealed two new Android rivals with its finest photography features yet, but if you don’t reside in China, you’re out of luck.

Huawei unveiled all the features of its flagship P50 and P50 Pro phones at a lavish event this week, making it one of the biggest new phone announcements of 2021 so far. Because it is the first to employ Huawei’s HarmonyOS operating system, the line has been highly anticipated. After being struck by US sanctions two years ago, the Chinese manufacturer was obliged to think outside the box in order to avoid employing Google products, which resulted in its UK sales falling off a cliff.

That failure, however, hasn’t stopped Huawei from cramming its new phones with high-end features.

Cameras are the company’s main focus, as you’d expect. The P50 is a “paradigm change in mobile photography,” according to CEO Richard Yu, who also stated that the P Series “has always been about our passion for, and pursuit of, the highest quality, aesthetics, and photography experiences.”

On the rear of both phones are two massive discs, each with lenses and a flash. The P50 Pro boasts four rear cameras: a 50 megapixel primary camera, a 13 megapixel ultra-wide lens, a 64 megapixel telephoto lens with 3.5x optical zoom, and a 40 megapixel monochrome lens. The P50 has the identical features as the P50, with the exception that it does not have a monochrome camera and the telephoto lens is only 12MP. You’ll receive a 13MP front camera with either model, which is more than enough for all your selfie needs.

The cameras include True-Chroma Shot, flawless image quality, great dynamic range, and increased smart snapshot features, according to the firm. It will be able to correct optical flaws and reproduce fine details for the first time utilizing computational power built into the cameras themselves. Time-lapse images, super wide-angle, portrait mode, panoramas, predictive focus, and much more will be available.

The announcement also confirmed other rumors, including the shocking news that the P50, unlike practically all other high-end new smartphones, will not support 5G.

The P50 will have a 6.5-inch OLED display with a refresh rate of 90Hz and a resolution of 1224p. With a battery capacity of 4,100mAh and rapid charging capabilities of up to 66W, it outperforms the iPhone 12. It has up to 256GB of memory and 8GB of RAM. The cost? 4,488 yuan (about equivalent to “Brinkwire Summary News”).


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