As per the company’s traditional rollout pattern, the Huawei P50 series can release early next year. Moreover, a new leak suggests that the series will likely launch in March 2021. It also hints at a MatePad Pro 2 in the offing sometime later in spring. The leak mentions upcoming products that include phones and smart displays. In addition, it talks about when they are expecting to arrive.
On the other hand, Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro ECG model is tipping to launch much sooner. It could go on sale this month itself. There is also going to be a Mate X2 foldable phone. It can unveil at the MWC 2021 along with Huawei P50 series.
The tipster has also offered a roadmap of future products including the Huawei P50 series. Tipster Teme took to Twitter to announce that the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro with ECG will start selling from December 21. Initially, it launched in Europe in September. However, it looks to now arrive with the additional functionality of ECG. On the other hand, there is no clarity on when it will launch in India. There is also a mention of a new smart screen that may launch by the end of this month.
Huawei P50 series can launch in March and will run on Android 11-based EMUI 11.1. The series can also incorporate an innovative liquid lens technology to massively improve focusing speeds. This new patented liquid lens technology can achieve millisecond-level focusing, nearly on the lines of the human eye. The new Huawei liquid lens camera module film formation rate is reported to be almost 100 percent.
Huawei Mate X2 was recently spotted on TENAA hinting that the phone is already a work in progress. The tipster also claims that the Huawei Nova 8 series and Honor V40 phones may launch sometime this month or in January next year.
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