We’ve already seen plenty of rumors and renders of the upcoming Huawei P50 series and today we have our first live look at the vanilla P50. The images come courtesy of reliable tipster DigitalChatStation who shared them on his Weibo account.
We can see the display which is rumored to measure in at 6.3-inches, will sport a much smaller centered punch hole cutout this time around instead of the pill shaped one on the P40. More importantly, we can see the huge camera cutout on the back composed of two large circles which should house 4 camera sensors in total.
Thhe P50 series is rumored to debut with Sony’s 1-inch IMX 800 sensor which would be the largest camera on a phone to date. The remaining modules are expected to fit an ultrawide and telephoto lens as well as a 3D ToF cam.
A second leak from blogger Technology Yu provides an even better look at the P50’s rear cameras giving us a look at all four sensors.
Both new leaks also detail Harmony OS logo which further reinstates Huawei’s possible switch from Android.
The Huawei P50 series (P50, P50 Pro and P50 Pro+) is expected to launch around May-June in white, black, blue and beige colors.