vivoXFold/XNote/Pad released tonight | Huawei P50 Pro 5G version engineering machine exposure

time:2022-12-08 07:02:53 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Memory module
vivoXFold/XNote/Pad released tonight | Huawei P50 Pro 5G version engineering machine exposure

The first new phone launch this week came from the blue factory. vivo officially announced that it will hold a new product launch conference at 19:30 tonight on April 11th. At present, the official preheating of the new products that will be released tonight are: vivo's first foldable Display flagship vivo X Fold, vivo's first tablet computer vivo Pad, new large-screen business flagship vivo X Note, etc. Due to the late start time of the conference, the detailed parameters and prices of these new products will be summarized tomorrow. Which product do you pay more attention to? You can leave a message to interact. The other is Huawei. In March this year, Huawei launched 3 new colors for the P50 Pro released in July last year. So far, the P50 Pro has a total of 9 colors: Snow White, Coco Tea Gold, Yaojin Black, and Dawn Powder , Ripple Yunbo, Wei Lan Haohai, Yun Jinbai, Danxia Orange, Galaxy Blue. However, due to sanctions and other reasons, all members of the Huawei P50 series are not eligible for 5G, and they are all 4G mobile phones. However, some netizens recently posted a set of hands-on photos of a suspected Huawei P50 Pro 5G version of the engineering machine on a third-party trading platform. According to reports, this engineering machine, which is suspected to be the 5G version of Huawei P50 Pro, is equipped with Kirin 9000 5G and has a complete 5G radio frequency module, which supports 5G. It also exposed the speed measurement interface. However, because it is an engineering machine, compared to the retail version on the market, the IMEI cannot query any information, and the fuselage has an engineering machine code. In addition, it cannot upgrade the system, and cannot record calls. Coincidentally, at the end of last year, Kuan netizens also shared a set of spy photos of a suspected Huawei P50 Pro 5G version of the engineering machine. Engineering prototypes, or prototypes, rather than possible versions. Historical information

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