Later, the same Weibo user submitted a binary number (1011011001), also quoting the Huawei P50. Dividing this number into its decimal form gives 729 (7/29). If this forecast proves to be correct, Huawei’s new flagships will either be announced or made available on July 29th.
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei already gave us the first official look in May in the P50 series and said the phones were supposed to come out in the spring, but the company had faced challenges during its release.
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Huawei P50 Pro with four-camera settings.
Second rumor says the P50 series brings significant improvements in video quality with improved transitions when switching multiple camera cells to make zooming smoother.
We also expect the phone to have a huge main camera cell and the largest ultra-wide camera cell. In fact, if the rumors of the Sony IMX 800 turn out to be accurate, the P50 Pro and P50 Pro + Sharp Aquos R6 become phones with the largest camera cell.
The ultra-wide camera is said to have a 1 / 1.18-inch sensor that is larger than the 1 / 2.55-inch camera. Galaxy S21 Very large and massive compared to the 1 / 3.6-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max (although the iPhone 13 Pro Max is also expected to bring an improved ultra-wide camera).
Undoubtedly, the biggest selling point of Huawei’s new flagships is the camera (as it always has been), but also a new software experience thanks to HarmonyOS. We look forward to trying everything!