Huawei P50 series could debut on June 2
Huawei P50 is likely to come with upgraded specifications and a new design, especially the rear panel.
Huawei is gearing up for a big event on June 2. Already, the company has confirmed it will announce a wide range of devices running its in-house Harmony OS. One of the devices that will also see the light of the day on June 2 is Huawei P50.
According to Huawei's latest teaser (via GSMArena), the phone has two circular camera modules. The report points out that the teaser is in line with the camera module design seen in older leaked renders and live images. The camera setup is also said to come with Sony's IMX800 1-inch sensor.
Huawei P50 is most likely going to be a series with multiple versions. Already, a P50 Pro has appeared in leaked renders. The photos hint at the two large camera rings placed vertically on the back. There is also an LED flash. The phone is likely to skip the 3.5mm headphone jack as well.
Apart from the P50 series, Huawei will also showcase the Huawei Watch 3 and a new M-Pencil stylus. The biggest attraction is likely to be the Harmony OS, which is going to roll out to more and different devices.
According to reports, all Huawei smartphone models that run the HiSilicon Kirin 710 to Kirin 9000 series processors will get the Harmony OS update. The list of compatible devices includes the Huawei Mate X2 foldable smartphones, the Huawei Mate X2, Mate 40 series smartphones, Mate 30 series smartphones and Huawei P40 series smartphones. There is no word on whether Huawei will roll out the update immediately after the event or if it will go for a phased rollout. In any case, we will find it out on June 2. Until then, stay tuned.