Honor has released several official images for its upcoming 50 Series smartphone via its Weibo and Twitter pages. The images focus on the back of the phone, showing an eye-catching pair of round bumps on the camera. The Honor 50 series is currently due to be announced on June 16.
Amid a sea of square and rectangular camera bumps, the dual-circle design is an interesting look for Honor’s next flagship. This is also the style for which the former parent company of Honor plans to use Huawei you are the next flagship, with a similar name P50. It is possible that the two companies will finalize their design before Huawei sells out Honor late last year, but it will be strange to see similar devices released by two different manufacturers in such close proximity to each other.
The images show that the next Honor phone will have a total of four rear cameras. The upper circle of the camera has one large lens and three more join it at the bottom. In contrast, Huawei̵
In addition to its design, Honor’s next flagship will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G processor, will have 100W fast charging and will come with a “hyper curved screen”. He may also note the return of Google applications and services to Honor devices (including the Google Play Store) if a deleted tweet is believed to have been deleted from the company’s German Twitter account. Honor was prevented from including Google’s software due to sanctions imposed on its former parent company Huawei, but it is believed that they did not apply after it became independent.
A Honor spokesman earlier declined to comment On the edge whether Google software will be available for the upcoming 50 series. But with an official launch just around the corner, we won’t have much time to wait to find out.