Honor 50 Series Could Sport Dual Ring Camera, advised to launch in May

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The Honor 50 series will be released in May and will have a double ring design, according to a report. A teaser image, as well as several design sketches showing the back of the phone, are also shared, offering a look at the upcoming phone. They are in line with the renderings of the Huawei P50, which were shared online earlier. In addition, the sketches suggest that the smartphone in question will be available with a triple rear camera setting. There is currently no information on the resolution of these cameras.

The sketches shared in a report from GSMArena shows a smartphone that is said to belong to the Honor 50 series. According to the sketch, the handset will have two rings and an LED flash between them. The upper ring seems to have only one sensor, and the one below has two sensors, which implies a triple adjustment of the rear camera. There is a third image that shows a supposed click filter that is supposed to be attached to the camera circuit by magnets. The report also shares a teaser image, “which has not yet been officially shared”, showing a small part of the lower ring.

The report also mentions that the Honor 50 series was to be the successor to the Honor 40 series, a global variant of the Honor V40, which was launched in China in January this year. However, Honor is said to have chosen to go straight to the Honor 50 series. In addition, the design of the Honor 50 series smartphone is similar to Huawei P50 renders that have been shared (via GSMArena) by tipster Steve Hemmerstofer, who is known by his popular username @OnLeaks.

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