The phone was first teased during the HarmonyOS live stream held in early June. The teaser focused on the camera, which showed four individual camera lenses and two flashes. Huawei CEO Richard Yu said on his Weibo page that the phone will usher in “a new era of mobile imaging.”
Details on the specs of the P50 are light as Huawei hasn’t said anything about the power the phone will have just yet. Although, it's safe to assume (given the teaser) that the new phone will run HarmonyOS which is Huawei’s latest operating system for its future smartphone lines.
Reports from China say Huawei is planning to use the 4G variant of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 chip processor. The company initially planned to use its in-house developed Kirin 9000 chips, but due to the chip shortage switched processors.