The Huawei P50 series will probably arrive on August 27 in three standard models, Pro and Pro Plus. The family recently received a license from a Chinese authority, and we now know that it will have a 66-watt fast charge.
As far as we know, all of Huawei’s new handsets only have access to 4G because the company has only allowed access to Qualcomm’s 4G chips. In addition, Qualcomm is said to be working on a 4G version of the Snapdragon 888. Recently, a mobile phone with the Huawei JAD-AL50 model in Chinese 3C reference Seen Which is probably the standard version of the Huawei P50 or the 4G version of the Huawei P50 Pro.
Of course, there is currently no solid evidence to support this hypothesis, and the JAD-AL50 could also be the Huawei Nova 9. However, the 3C reference mentions the existence of 66 watt fast charging technology on this device, which is similar to the Mate 40 series. Such a powerful technology does not make much sense for the Nova 9.
The Huawei JAD-AL50 was recently seen in another Chinese reference called TENAA, referring to the Harmony operating system. This, along with the mention of the Huawei P50 at the Harmony 2 unveiling, may be significant. It is worth noting that despite US sanctions against Huawei, the company will likely continue to introduce the 5G version for the P50 family. These versions will most likely appear on the P50 Pro and P50 Pro Plus models. Huawei can use a limited number of 9000 crane chips for these devices.
According to the official image of the Huawei P50, we know that this family has a look similar to the Honor 50, which uses a module with two large circles in the back cover to host the camera sensors. The lower circle will probably include the periscope sensor, while the upper circle will have to wait for the presence of three more sensors. Rumor has it that the P50 Pro and Pro Plus will likely use the 1-inch Sony IMX800 sensor and will have a 1.18-inch sensor for the widescreen camera.