The first Huawei P50 Pro render purports to show its large front panel
Huawei usually launches its camera-focused smartphone flagships early in the year; despite this, there have not been many rumors about the P40 series' successors thus far. However, a new tip from OnLeaks (or Steve Hemmerstoffer on Voice) just might open these floodgates.
It consists of a single render, allegedly showing a front panel belonging to what might be this 2021 line's middle child, the P50 Pro. It suggests this premium phone will debut with a display of profound curves along its edges, as with the Mate 40s before it.
This choice may be great for viewing angles and screen real estate, but can backfire when it comes to needing side-rails to actually grip the phone. On that note, the "P50 Pro" appears to have physical buttons, although they admittedly don't have much frame to cling onto.
The display that might swamp them is now said to be 6.6 inches in diagonal length. The P50 Pro also apparently returns to a "normal" top speaker rather than the magnetic, under-display alternative from last year.
Similarly, its selfie camera may also not move under the screen, but may turn out to be a Galaxy S20 (and probably S21) -esque singular cut-out. All in all, its latest leak appears to depict the Huawei P50 Pro as a almost humdrum flagship, on the face of it at least.