Standard Huawei P50 5G leaks with Galaxy S21-like display, huge camera

Standard Huawei P50 5G leaks with Galaxy S21-like display, huge camera
Less than 48 hours after leaking the Huawei P50 Pro, Steve Hemmerstoffer is back from the future with a set of CAD-based renders that show off the vanilla Huawei P50 5G model in full.

The Huawei P50 features a giant camera bump, just like the P50 Pro


Much like the Pro-branded model, the Huawei P50 features a massive camera bump on the back that houses two huge lenses. Sitting beneath the top one, per recent rumors, could be an upcoming one-inch sensor developed by Sony.

The bottom lens, on the other hand, likely hides several sensors. If this is the basic Huawei P50 model, as Hemmerstoffer claims, then an ultra-wide and telephoto camera are to be expected.

Surrounding the giant camera module is a panel of glass, which itself is paired with a metal frame that houses a volume rocker and power button on the right, a USB-C port and speaker on the bottom, and a second speaker on the top for a stereo setup.


Dimensions-wise, the Huawei P50 measures in at 156.7 x 74 x 8.3mm, which makes it bigger than both the previous-gen Huawei P40 (148.9 x 71.06 x 8.5mm) and rival Galaxy S21 (151.7 x 71.2 x 7.9 mm).

The reason being that Huawei has chosen a larger display. Whereas the previous-gen model benefitted from a 6.1-inch screen, Huawei has selected a 6.3-inch panel that incorporates an in-screen fingerprint scanner for its standard 2021 flagship.

Details about the screen’s resolution and refresh rate are yet to be shared. However, the renders do confirm the presence of a centered punch hole for the selfie camera and slim bezels, which lead to a Galaxy S21-like design.

The Huawei P50 5G could be announced at an event in mid-April with the Kirin 9000 on board. The premium Huawei P50 Pro and a potential P50 Pro+ model could make an appearance at the event too.

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