While Samsung seems to be using flat screens again for its future flagships, Huawei is seemingly doing the other and sticking to its curved screens. No date has yet been disclosed for its upcoming Huawei P50 Pro, which can closely follow the launch of the Galaxy S21 this month. When it does, it could still bear a striking resemblance to the Huawei P40 Pro, but it could change the formula significantly inside.
Galaxy Note Edge
Samsung introduced the concept of curved-edge smartphones years ago with the Galaxy Note edge up 2014, but Huawei may have taken the planning to the acute. Called the waterfall edge, Huawei’s screen features a much steeper curvature that creates the screen almost vertical. it’s going to appeal to some in terms of appearance, but it’s going to be seen as a usability and ergonomics issue for others.
Indeed, despite the various problems it encounters, Huawei continues to plug excellent quality smartphones. Today we have a primary check out the longer term flagship smartphone that we expect from the Chinese company.
Huawei P50 Pro
Unofficial versions of the Huawei P50 Pro are posted by @OnLeaks. Although they do not reveal much about the planning of the smartphone, it’s like we have a really high-end and really attractive model ahead folks. We even have some details about the screen and dimensions of this future Huawei P50 Pro: it’ll apparently be equipped with a 6.6-inch screen, with a complete size of 159 x 73 mm. You’re probably wondering how this compares to last year’s Huawei P40 Pro this smartphone comes with a 6.58-inch display and measures 158.2 x 72.6mm, so it’s like this year’s model is going to be almost an equivalent size.
While there’s no reason to question these renderings, there’s currently only a front view of the smartphone. It seems that the facility and volume buttons are on the proper of the smartphone, like what we are wont to from the manufacturer.