The company says the cameras come with true chroma shot, perfect image clarity, high dynamic range, and enhanced smart snapshot capabilities. For the first time, it will be able to correct optical errors and reproduce fine details with computing power in the cameras themselves. It also offers time-lapse photos, super wide-angle, portrait mode, panoramas, predictive focusing, and much more.
The launch also confirmed other rumored details, including the shock news that unlike virtually all other new high-end smartphones, the P50 doesn’t support 5G.
The P50 model comes with a 6.5-inch OLED display running at 90 Hz and 1224p. At 4,100 mAh, the battery is stronger than that of the iPhone 12 and can be charged quickly with up to 66 W. It has 8 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage. The price tag? 4,488 yuan, or around £ 497.
The P50 Pro is similar, with a slightly larger 6.6-inch display at 120 Hz, 1228p OLED. The battery is a bit more powerful and comes with 50 W wireless charging. There is also an additional camera and up to 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. You pay 5,988 yuan (around £ 663.90) for all of this.