The phone is also running the processor of last year and has no 5G. In terms of technology the P50 Pro isn’t as advanced as smaller Android flagships such as the Pixel. While the P50 Pro has a lot of amazing hardware, and is a great camera and video-capturing machine, its high cost and software flaws when compared to a typical Android phone make its price difficult to accept.
This doesn’t mean there’s not a market in the market for Huawei P50 Pro. It’s a phone that’s in dire need of a reduction. With the specs available and the challenges of purchasing a phone with only 4G in 2022, the phone could be a good deal with a few hundred euros off the cost. The style and design on Huawei P50 Pro’s design are likely to be polarized. Its cameras are set inside two massive glass discs. The gold version that I have, particularly it exudes the opulence of an extravagant mansion and a hint of space that reminds me of phones from obsolete Vertu. Vertu phones were essentially bland. I wouldn’t go as much in describing that of the Huawei P50 Pro, but it’s not the most appealing phone, but it lacks the refined appearance that is now the standard.
In fact, my initial impression of this second disc on the camera of huawei p50 pro was that in terms of phone design it was similar to a codpiece. There was not a lot of this kind of design in the earlier Huawei flagships. After mulling the subject a bit, I’ve discovered it to be true that Huawei’s Huawei P50 Pro is actually very impressive from a technical viewpoint. It’s not a massive phone, or even a bulky one, however, Huawei has managed to squeeze the periscope zoom camera, without a huge camera bump. The cameras that periscope use fold optics. A mirror bounces light around 90 degrees, allowing enough space for the lens elements to allow for a powerful zoom. The second disc used for the zoom camera keeps all this equipment from other cameras, and none of them are small “filler” cameras.
Its Huawei P50 Pro look exudes excessiveness, however, under the hood, the layout is likely the result of clever engineering. As it’s not your hands that are so large that they rest on top of the camera’s lower bump The Huawei P50 Pro feels great. The front and back panels are curving glass, and the sides are shimmering aluminum. The phone doesn’t have Gorilla Glass which is a problem. Huawei could have trouble working with Corning due to US sanctions, but it is a cheap substitute.
It’s “high-aluminum lithium glass” co-developed by Huawei and BYD. I’m not one to test phones for torture and the only thing I can say is that at this point the phone is scratch-free. But I can assure users that the rear doesn’t appear to be at all oleophobic. It can pick up fingerprint smudges quickly, and require some effort to remove. The durable glass comes with a top IP68 water resistance, which means that it is water-resistant. Huawei P50 Pro is rated to withstand water submersion up to 1.5m.