It features a one-of-a-kind camera bump.
Huawei continues to deliver some of the best mobile devices we’ve seen and for 2021, it’s prepping for the launch of its newest flagship, the Huawei P50 Pro. While the company is tight-lipped about the upcoming flagship, CAD-based renders of the device have started popping online courtesy of Steve Hemmerstoffer of @OnLeaks.
While the front part of the Huawei P50 Pro brings a more traditional design, with a full-screen display along with a punch-hole display for the front-facing camera. What’s interesting in the render is the rear cameras, which come in an egg-shaped design.
This could point to the rumored 1-inch sensor that will come with the Huawei P50 Pro, making it the larger sensor to appear on an Android device. This in turn could significantly improve the camera optics on the new flagship, and combined with additional lenses and Huawei’s camera software technologies and you’re getting the best cameras available on a smartphone. Other noticeable features from the design include an IR blaster.
Since Huawei’s ban is still in place, the P50 Pro will not have any Google apps installed, and with EMUI installed that is still based on Android. Word has it though that the P50 Pro could also launch with Huawei’s own Harmony OS, so we may have to wait and see until Huawei officially announces the smartphone.