Huawei has announced that it will bring the P50 Pro previously released in China to the Netherlands. This is Huawei’s flagship, which is now making the crossing. Unfortunately, the device does not have access to Google’s services.
Android EMUI 12
Unfortunately, the United States’ trade ban continues to haunt Huawei: the past about six years has been a hit, now more has appeared in the background. HarmonyOS met in China, but there is less reliance on Google anyway. The Dutch variant of the smartphone will be equipped with Android 11, based on Android 11. Huawei has its own AppGallery to download apps from instead.
Huawei has provided the P50 Pro with things it has always been good at: good photography capabilities. The primary sensor is 50 MP, the Monochrome sensor 40 MP, the wide-angle lens 13 MP and the telephoto lens 64 MP. Huawei has incorporated XD Optics and XD Fusion Pro Image into the camera system, which makes it possible to take chroma shots and shoot better photos faster.
There is a zoom camera with 200 times the range, but also a macro option to photograph things from very close by. The ultra-wide-angle lens should capture extremely wide shots thanks to its 13mm focal length. Plus, you can shoot videos in 4K.
Huawei P50 Pro
In addition, the device has a 3D curved glass screen with a camera punch hole in the top center. HDR display is possible up to 1.07 billion colors and the 6.6-inch screen has a refresh rate of 120 Hz. With its IP68 certification, it can withstand dust and water. The device also contains dual stereo speakers. All this works together through the computing power of the Kirin 9000 chipset.
Huawei P50 Pro is available in one variant: Golden Black for 1,199.99 euros.