Later, the same Weibo user posted a binary number (1011011001), also quoting the Huawei P50. Breaking this number down to its decimal form results in 729 (7/29). If this prediction turns out to be correct, Huawei’s new flagships must either be announced or made available on July 29.
Huawei CEO, Ren Zhengfei, already gave us our first official look at the P50 series back in May and said that the phones were supposed to come out in the spring, but the company had faced challenges on the way to its release.
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The Huawei P50 Pro with its quad-camera setup.
Another rumor says that the P50 series will bring significant improvements to video quality with improved transitions when switching between the multiple camera sensors to make for smoother zooming in/out.
We also expect to see a huge main camera sensor and the biggest ultra-wide camera sensor on a phone. In fact, if the Sony IMX 800 rumors turn out to be accurate, the P50 Pro and P50 Pro+ will join the Sharp Aquos R6 to become the phones with the largest camera sensor.
The ultra-wide camera is said to feature a 1/1.18-inch sensor, which is bigger compared to the 1/2.55-inch one found in the Galaxy S21 Ultra and massive compared to the 1/3.6-inch one found on the iPhone 12 Pro Max (although the iPhone 13 Pro Max is also expected to bring an improved ultra-wide-camera).
Without a doubt, the biggest selling point of Huawei’s new flagships will be the camera (as it’s always been), but also the new software experience thanks to HarmonyOS. We’re looking forward to trying it all out!