More P70 Art Details Emerge; Huawei Allegedly Postpones the Launch of its P70 Flagship Series

More P70 Art Details Emerge; Huawei Allegedly Postpones the Launch of its P70 Flagship Series

Huawei has resumed releasing its two flagship series annually as per its previous plan. In the first or second quarter of the year, the photography-focused “P” series is often issued, while the Mate line, which boasts cutting-edge technology, is introduced towards the end of the year. Huawei can now stick to this timeline since it has access to China’s biggest foundry, SMIC, which can make Kirin chips for it.

It looks that the top-of-the-line P70 Art model will be powered by the Kirin 9000 application processor (AP), which is supposed to function at faster clock speeds. Huawei is scheduled to unveil the P70, P70 Pro, and P70 Art soon. It was once thought that the P70 Art would employ an entirely new AP, but it now seems unlikely.

The Huawei P-series flagships are designated with a “P” that stands for “photography.” These phones typically capture excellent images. The shape of the camera island on the back of the P70 Art, which was purportedly leaked recently, is much more distinctive than that of the P60 Art model from the previous year. The P70 Art will have the biggest image sensor ever found on a Huawei phone, according to Gizmochina. The Sony IMX989 “1-inch” sensor is this one. The variable aperture feature that Huawei has been including in its flagship phones lately ought to be available on the back camera array as well.

The P70 Art may come equipped with a novel satellite communications technology that will enable users to connect via satellite calls and messaging from any location on Earth, including the most remote areas where conventional signals are unreceivable. The Kirin 9000s powering the P70 Art will have three performance CPU cores clocked as fast as 2.75GHz, four efficiency cores with a maximum clock speed of 2.02GHz, and one CPU core with a maximum clock speed of 3.19GHz, according to the most current Geekbench test. Twelve gigabytes of RAM and a 6.8-inch 2.5D 1.5K LTPO display with a quad-curved design are expected to be included with the P70 Art.

The P70 series was meant to be unveiled on April 2nd, however the most recent rumor suggests that the event was postponed, which caused the announcement to happen later than planned.

Sanchita Patil

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