Huawei P50 Third Party Models Appeared: Uses Dual Main Cameras

Many consumers are looking forward to Huawei’s new P series. Due to many factors, Huawei’s P series this year came later than before. On April 30, digital bloggers leaked the news that pictures of Huawei P50 third-party models were released.

If you look closely at the picture of the model, you can see the conspicuous HarmonyOS word from the bottom of the phone screen. Not surprisingly, the Huawei P50 series may be shipped with the Hongmeng OS system. Huawei P50 uses a center-perforated straight screen design, and the more high-end P50 Pro may use a curved screen design.

In terms of the imaging system, Huawei’s P50 series may be equipped with two main cameras, and the liquid lens is used for the first time. On December 25, 2019, Huawei applied for a patent for the development of a liquid lens. The main content is that it can effectively improve the focusing speed, and can even achieve millisecond-level focusing like the human eye, which can effectively improve the efficiency of filming.

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In addition, the Huawei P50 series may also debut the Sony IMX800 sensor in the world. This sensor is rumored to have a 1/1.18-inch ultra-large bottom or one of the largest mobile phone sensors ever. Back then, Sony and Huawei “secretly” developed the IMX600 sensor, which was launched for the first time on the Huawei P20 series, and its excellent noise control and color performance made consumers full of praise. At the same time, it also brings the super night scene mode, which not only effectively solves the problem of night color cast, but also further improves the amount of light.

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