The first pre-installed Hongmeng! Exposure to Huawei P50 series equipped with BOE and Visionox screens: diamond-like platoon
As usual, Huawei will launch a new generation of flagship mobile phone products P50 series in April, but it is reported that due to some uncontrollable reasons, the launch will be postponed to June.
Although the Huawei P50 did not arrive as scheduled, because everyone has high expectations for the machine, netizens have been discussing related topics recently, and a lot of news has also appeared.
Recently, the well-known whistleblower @Yash Raj Chaudhary brought the latest news about Huawei's P50 screen. He revealed that the P50 standard version will use Visionox screens, while P50 Pro will mix BOE and Visionox screens.
As for the top version of the P50 Pro+, it will use the latest generation of BOE's screen panel, equipped with a self-developed hexagonal crystal screen arrangement, which is similar to the LG diamond arrangement as a whole.
It is worth mentioning that there have been multiple sources confirming that the Huawei P50 series will completely abandon the previous "pill" type double-perforated screens. All systems are equipped with a centrally placed single-hole solution, and the overall screen-to-body ratio has been greatly improved. The visual effect is more coordinated, and it is reported that this generation of screen border control is also very good, and the screen-to-body ratio will be greatly increased.
In terms of configuration, it is reported that the three versions of Huawei P50, P50 Pro, and P50 Pro+ will be equipped with Kirin 9000L, Kirin 9000E, and Kirin 9000, respectively, with different market positioning.
As for the images that have always been slaughtered, it is reported that the Huawei P50 series will have a high probability of adopting a dual-ring rear camera solution. Depending on the configuration, it will be equipped with three-camera, four-camera, and five-camera modules, and all systems come standard with Sony exclusive The customized IMX800 sensor has an ultra-large bottom close to 1 inch, which is also the largest bottom sensor in Sony's history, which can bring more powerful imaging effects.