Huawei P50 Pro renders leak; show two massive camera rings at the back
The CAD renders of the Huawei P50 Pro posted by the tipster on a Voice.com website shows the front and back sides of the device.
While Huawei is still facing the heat because of the ban, it is not stopping the launch of new products. Just recently, the Chinese tech firm launched its Mate 40E smartphone in China along with a new variant of the Mate 40 RS Porsche Design. And now it looks like the firm is getting ready to launch its next flagship smartphone series, the P50. Although there is no confirmation from any of the executives or on social media handles, tipster @Onleaks seems to have got some leads on it and has uploaded some renders of the unannounced device.
The CAD renders of the Huawei P50 Pro posted by the tipster on a Voice.com website shows the front and back sides of the device. At the front you can see an all screen design with minimal bezels on all the four sides. There is also a single punch hole camera at the top. That also implies that there will only be one selfie camera, like what we have seen in the previous versions. At the back, we can see only two camera rings. These are placed vertically inside an elongated or oval-ish setup along with an LED flash.
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The ‘egg shaped' camera bump also points towards a previous speculation of P50 Pro featuring a one-inch camera sensor. If true, this might be the largest sensor ever on an Android phone.
However, the tipster says that there could be multiple lenses housed within each ring. Nothing else has been mentioned about the cameras yet.
In the image we can also see that the Huawei P50 Pro seems to have an IR blaster at the top just like the previous models. This may make it as one of the very few flagships in 2021 to come with an IR blaster since most of them have let it go over the years. But unfortunately, we can see that there won't be a 3.5mm port this time.
Also, when the handset will launch, it won't have Google Maps or any of the Google Services including Google Play Store. According to the rumours, the company may launch it with its own Harmony OS. The OS is termed as an Android alternative by Huawei.