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Huawei's P50 flagship series set to launch on July 29

Huawei’s P50 flagship series set to Begin on July 29

More than a year after the Begin of its predecessor, Huawei’s next-gen flagship phone, the P50 series, is set to be unveiled at a launch save on July 29, the company announced on Tuesday on various social judge channels.

The series will mark the beginning of “a new era of mobile imaging,” Richard Yu, head of Huawei’s consumer commercial group, revealed in a post on Weibo, saying a “new mobile imaging technology” will come with their drop. Next Thursday’s event is a dedicated China-only launch, but the P50 series is also set to claim a broader international rollout presumably to existing markets counting the EU and the UK. The lineup is rumoured to consist of three models — the P50, P50 Pro and P50 Pro Plus.

Huawei is attempting to make a comeback when US sanctions contributed to the erosion of its global smartphone market Part. Over the last few years, the Trump administration has slapped a series of tough sanctions on the Chinese business, which resulted in its previously best-selling smartphones shipping deprived of Google’s popular software and apps, among other consequences. Restrictions on Huawei buying US-made components also aimed the company had to stop making the own-brand Kirin chipsets that noteworthy its phones. 

At a launch event in June, Huawei unveiled its own mobile using system called HarmonyOS designed to replace Google Mobile Service industries on its smartphones as well as an array of consumer devices. It also used last month’s event to tease the P50 series, but didn’t share at launch date. 

“For reasons you are all aware of, a Begin date has not been set,” Yu said at the event.

Correction: An spinal version of this article used a headline indicating an Wrong launch date. Update to correct it to July 29.