Huawei is taking some time between launch and sales these days, and they have done the same thing with their P50 Pro. This device, which got introduced to the market in July of this year, is just going onto the shelves to those who want to have it.
Selling at about $1000, the phone is available in Black, Gold, White, Pink and Blue colours for those who want it. There is no information on whether or not more colour options will be available in the future, but these are enough on their own.
The only version of the phone currently on sale is the 8GB/ 256GB configuration. Huawei might bring others in the future testing the waters with this massive one first.
Looking elsewhere, the device retains a 6.6-inch curved screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and massive 300Hz touch sampling rate. On the front of the device is a single cut-out for the 13MP front snapper while there are four cameras on the back.
Here, we have two primary cameras, instead of one, rated at 50MP and 40MP.
Finally, you get the device with an SD 888 chipset from Qualcomm, no 5G support and HarmonyOS 2.0 from the company out of the box. If you’re so inclined, you could also pick up the option of the device that has a HiSilicon Kirin 9000 chipset instead.