Samsung has already unveiled its flagship Galaxy S21 series, and now the public’s attention is shifting to the next big announcement in the mobile market – the Huawei P50 series. This time, renderings and a video with a computer model appeared on the network, demonstrating how the Huawei P50 Pro model might look.
The images and the computer model on the video were made by designer Jermaine Smit known from the Concept Creator video channel, specifically for the thematic resource LetsGoDigital, based on already known information.
It’s funny that in addition to the renders based on the leaks, Smith also decided to fulfill his imagination and created an author’s version, jokingly called the Concept Creator Edition. In this version, the camera block contains three modules of the same size, arranged vertically in a row.
According to LetsGoDigital, unlike the base, Huawei P50 with an almost completely flat screen, the more expensive Huawei P50 Pro has a waterfall screen with heavily curved edges. The most expensive model in the lineup, the Huawei P50 Pro Plus, goes even further and has a curved edge on all four sides.
The screen size will not change compared to its predecessor – Huawei P50 Pro will receive a 6.6-inch OLED panel with QHD + resolution (2640 × 1200 pixels), the image refresh rate will remain at 120 Hz or even improve. The front-facing camera will most likely not stay in the upper left corner but move to the center.
How exactly the technical parameters of the main camera will change is still unknown. However, the camera block will become narrower, more elongated. Also, some additional sensors are expected.
The Huawei P50 line may be the first smartphone with the HarmonyOS proprietary operating system installed. The official debut of the Huawei P50 is expected in the spring.
For many years, LetsGoDigital has been delighting the public with high-quality renders and 3D models based on patent images, leaks, and press materials. For example, LetsGoDigital’s arsenal has realistic representations of the Xbox Series X, Samsung Galaxy S21, Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy Z Flip, and many more.