Huawei confirms its plans to launch the P50 series in global markets

Huawei's event officially launches on July 29 to unveil the P50 series, and Huawei has confirmed its plans to launch the upcoming versions in global markets. Previous reports had indicated that Huawei will present the P50 series in the Chinese market only during the coming period, but the Chinese giant returned to confirm that the premium versions will be launched in other markets.

Huawei continues to expand the base of applications provided for the company's releases in its own store in the Harmony platform, where the Huawei store now includes 134,000 applications at the moment, while the number of application developers reaches 4 million developers.

And the Chinese giant published a teaser video in which it confirmed that the P50 series will come with Leica settings in the camera, with the settings to include a periscope camera with a focal length of 125 mm and an f/3.4 lens aperture, and the leaks indicate that the P50 phones will come with new sensors in the rear camera.

It is reported that reports are still varying so far about Huawei’s plans to support the P50 phone with a dedicated Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 4G processor, while it provides for the Pro versions of the Kirin 9000 processor chip, and other leaks indicate that Huawei will eventually go to support the entire P50 series with the Snapdragon 888 4G chip.

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