Huawei P70 Series to Feature BOE, CSOT Displays with OLED Technology

Aditya Rasik
By Aditya Rasik
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As per the latest Weibo post by tipster Digital Chat Station, the introduction of 8T LTPO technology and other developments in domestic screen technology have greatly improved user experience and acceptance. The effective redress of eye protection issues by the use of full high-frequency dimming and 3Pulse/1Pulse dimming solutions has increased domestic screen competitiveness. It looks that the OLED display panels in the Huawei P70 series could come from four different Chinese display manufacturers.

Huawei P70 series display panels might come from four Chinese manufacturers

Huawei P70 Display
Source: DCS

According to the leaker, a future flagship would have display panels made by Chinese manufacturers like BOE, COST, Visionox, and Tianma. As is well known, Huawei is currently placing greater focus on the growth of the home industrial chain than it is on foreign brands. The company has chosen to support local development instead of relying on outside support.

As a result, it has been reported that the tipster is referring to the P70 series, which is expected to make up at least three models: the Huawei P70, the Huawei P70 Pro, and the Huawei P70 Art. These devices are expected to use the soon to come Kirin 9100 or the existing Kirin 9000s processor rather than Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8-series chipsets, as other companies do.

Huawei’s P-series flagship phones are well-known for providing excellent photographic experiences, and the P70 lineup is likely to follow similar. The P70 and 70 Pro could include Huawei’s own camera sensors or OmniVision cameras. In contrast, the Huawei P70 Art could include a one-inch, 50-megapixel Sony IMX989 camera sensor.

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DCS has revealed a rendering of the Huawei P70’s back panel. The camera module design has changed from its predecessor, the Huawei P60.

Huawei P70 Series to Feature BOE, CSOT Displays - OLED Technology

The rendering illustrates a triple-camera system housed in a big, rounded rectangle module. The lenses are grouped in a triangular pattern, with the XMAGE branding prominently displayed on the module.

According to reports, the Huawei P70 series may not be released in the first quarter of this year. As a result, it is expected that the P70 series will break at some time in Q2.

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As per the latest Weibo post by tipster Digital Chat Station, the introduction of 8T LTPO technology and other developments in domestic screen technology have greatly improved user experience and acceptance. The effective redress of eye protection issues by the use of full high-frequency dimming and 3Pulse/1Pulse dimming solutions has increased domestic screen competitiveness. It looks that the OLED display panels in the Huawei P70 series could come from four different Chinese display manufacturers.

Huawei P70 series display panels might come from four Chinese manufacturers

Huawei P70 Display
Source: DCS

According to the leaker, a future flagship would have display panels made by Chinese manufacturers like BOE, COST, Visionox, and Tianma. As is well known, Huawei is currently placing greater focus on the growth of the home industrial chain than it is on foreign brands. The company has chosen to support local development instead of relying on outside support.

As a result, it has been reported that the tipster is referring to the P70 series, which is expected to make up at least three models: the Huawei P70, the Huawei P70 Pro, and the Huawei P70 Art. These devices are expected to use the soon to come Kirin 9100 or the existing Kirin 9000s processor rather than Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8-series chipsets, as other companies do.

Huawei’s P-series flagship phones are well-known for providing excellent photographic experiences, and the P70 lineup is likely to follow similar. The P70 and 70 Pro could include Huawei’s own camera sensors or OmniVision cameras. In contrast, the Huawei P70 Art could include a one-inch, 50-megapixel Sony IMX989 camera sensor.

- Advertisement -

DCS has revealed a rendering of the Huawei P70’s back panel. The camera module design has changed from its predecessor, the Huawei P60.

Huawei P70 Series to Feature BOE, CSOT Displays - OLED Technology

The rendering illustrates a triple-camera system housed in a big, rounded rectangle module. The lenses are grouped in a triangular pattern, with the XMAGE branding prominently displayed on the module.

According to reports, the Huawei P70 series may not be released in the first quarter of this year. As a result, it is expected that the P70 series will break at some time in Q2.

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A tech enthusiast on a mission to explore and conquer the digital world! From the latest gadgets to cutting-edge software, I'm all about discovering what makes technology tick. Whether it's marvelling at the power of AI or tinkering with code, I thrive on the excitement and energy of the tech scene. I'm always on the lookout for the next big thing, eager to dive in and see what all the fuss is about. With my passion for tech driving me forward, I'm constantly seeking out new challenges and opportunities to flex my digital muscles. Whether it's collaborating with fellow techies or pushing myself to learn new skills, there's always a new adventure waiting just around the corner.
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