Huawei P50 Series Previous Spec Sheet Will Be Changed Again!

March 29, 2021
Huawei P50 Series

This is both interesting and weird, the specifications of the P50 series hasn’t been finalized yet. Meanwhile, there is also no chance that it’ll be launched in April. There is a much higher possibility that it’ll come with a liquid lens. The liquid lens will be used in the Mi Mix 2021 series and also with Huawei Phoenix Technology. This is already a deadly combination.

The previous specifications of the Huawei P50 series were

• For Globally – Harmony OS / Android OS both variant
• For China – Harmony OS
• Kirin 9000 / Kirin 9000E
• Penta Rear Camera
• 128GB/256GB of UFS 3.0 storage
• Centred Punch hole

Now coming to the Huawei Phoenix Engine. Huawei Phoenix Engine the first commercial use of ray tracing technology in mobile games. This technology is already being used in PC and console games. This engine can break the computing power limit by ray tracing technology on mobile platforms.

The Huawei Phoenix Engine has been made in ray tracing intersection calculation, noise reduction and over scaling and sampling techniques. The Huawei Phoenix Engine will actively share Huawei’s advanced graphic processing technology with game makers, application manufacturers, and individual developer through the HMS Core.

Ray tracing key technologies will be useful in creating the real world in games, achieve high-quality architectural rendering and video rendering, improve real-time preview and final imaging effects and bring characters and graphics to life for eye-catching visual effects.


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