Huawei announced the P50 and P50 Pro smartphones on Thursday, and due to chip supply constraints, they unfortunately only support 4G instead of the latest 5G networks.
The P50 features a 6.5-inch AMOLED straight screen with a resolution of 2,700*1,224, supporting a 90Hz refresh rate and a 300Hz touch sampling rate.
The P50 Pro comes with a 6.6-inch flexible curved screen with a resolution of 2,700*1,228, supporting a 120Hz refresh rate and 300Hz touch sampling rate. Both phones' screens support 1.07 billion color display and HDR technology.
The P50 Pro comes with a quad camera lens module including a 50MP main lens, 40MP black and white video lens, 13MP ultra wide-angle lens and a 64MP periscopic telephoto lens.
The P50 series is equipped with XD Fusion Pro Super Filter System, Primary Color Engine and Ultra Dynamic Range technology to achieve a 50% improvement in ambient spectral resolution and 20% improvement in average color accuracy, Huawei says.
The P50 has a 4,200mAh battery with 66W wired fast charging support. the P50 Pro has a 4,360mAh battery with 66W wired fast charging and 50W wireless fast charging support.
Processors in the P50 series include both Kirin 9000 and Snapdragon 888 versions. Both phones support IP68 level dust and water resistance, and only support 4G instead of 5G networks.
Both phones come with HarmonyOS 2 pre-installed, supporting features such as ecards and super terminals.
The white, black and gold P50 starts at RMB 4,488 ($695) and will be available for purchase in September.
The white, black, gold and pink P50 Pro starts at RMB 5,988 and goes on sale on August 12.
The P50 Pro is priced at RMB 7,988 for the Blue Gradient Edition and RMB 8,488 for the Collector's Edition, which will go on sale in September.