According to a new piece of informations, Huawei P50 series may arrive in Android and Harmony OS versions. This information is coming from a YouTuber named “Yash Raj Chaudhary” so take it with caution.
As most of you know, Huawei has been a little affected by the US ban. The company likely won’t release the next flagship SoC this year because of it, it can’t use Google services on its smartphones, etc.
Many aspects of Huawei’s business have been affected by it, and these are just some of the examples. The inability to use Google services was particularly problematic. Huawei users are accustomed to accessing them, as almost all Android users outside of China are.
Huawei has continued to launch smartphones, only without Google services, by relying on its own services and app store. Having said that, Huawei is developing its own OS as well, which is called Harmony OS.
Global Huawei P50 consumers will be able to choose between Harmony OS and Android variants
According to this new information, global Huawei P50 users will be able to choose between Android and Harmony OS versions of device (s). However, Harmony OS will be the only option in China.
The source also says that the phone will run on the Kirin 9000 processor as expected and that it will launch in late spring or even later. Also share some additional information about the device.
Huawei P50 Pro will use 8GB of RAM, apparently, along with 128GB and 256GB of internal storage. Center view camera hole will also be part of the package.
The Huawei P50 will arrive in both 6 and 8 GB of RAM (LPDDR4X), with 128 GB and 256 GB of UFS 3.0 flash storage. The Kirin 9000E may fuel the regular P50.
As mentioned earlier, take this information with caution. It might be accurate, though it would be a strange move on Huawei’s part to introduce Android and Harmony OS options. We assume the source means two completely different models, not a phone that comes with both options pre-installed.