Official: this is Huawei P50!

Official: this is Huawei P50!


The launch event of HarmonyOS 2, which will reach over 100 smartphones of the Chinese company, brought with it many new hardware and software innovations.

After showing us the new MatePad 11 and MatePad Pro, the new FreeBuds 4 and the Watch 3 series, the company led by Richard Yu has decided to give us a little taste of what will become the Huawei P50 series.

A really busy day for Huawei, which has decided to unveil to the world during a streaming event that lasted almost two hours the new HarmonyOS operating system and its potential as well as a great variety of hardware products.

The question that perhaps everyone has asked themselves during this long event was: where did the Huawei P50 series go?

Right at the end of the event, the CEO of Huawei's Mobile division decided to give us a little taste of what we will probably see in a dedicated event in the near future. After explaining that Huawei is still penalized by US restrictions, Yu reminded fans that the company definitely plans to release the Huawei P50 series of smartphones, the brand's range of products focused on the evolution of photography.

Due to the consequences of the restrictions, the brand has said it wants to wait when the best time is to bring to market what will surely be more than a new “P50” smartphone.

It hasn't left us dry mouth! A short animation showed a 3D model of one of the devices highlighting its design.

As the first renders leaked on the net had already suggested, the appearance of the Huawei P50 will be truly one of a kind. On the back of the device there are two large photographic modules, the first equipped with three different cameras while the second which includes what we believe to be the main sensor with decidedly more generous dimensions and the LED flash.

From the rendering you can infer that the smartphone will have a curved screen and a glass body surrounded by a metal frame. The Huawei P50 shown on the virtual stage of the event has a golden color that looks very elegant.

We just have to wait for further official announcements, what is certain is that the Huawei P50 series is closer than ever !

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A health official suggested to Fauci that frontline workers could use 'doggie cones' instead of PPE, emails show

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  • The Washington Post obtained Dr. Anthony Fauci's emails from March and April 2020.

  • In one, a US health official told him that 'doggie cones' could be used as PPE.

  • At the time the US was scrambling to source enough PPE for frontline medical workers.

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  • A US health official suggested to Dr. Anthony Fauci early in the pandemic that medical workers could use 'doggie cones' instead of personal protective equipment, according to emails obtained by The Washington Post.

    On Tuesday, The Post published 860 pages of emails sent and received by Fauci, the director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, spanning March and April 2020.

    BuzzFeed News has also published 3,200 pages of Fauci's emails from January 2020 to June 2020. Both outlets said they obtained the emails through Freedom of Information Act requests.

    In response to the suggestion from the Department of Health and Human Services official that dog cones - used to stop dogs from scratching dressings or wounds - could be used as PPE, Fauci replied with a polite thank you, The Post said.

    Insider has contacted the Department of Health and Human Services for comment.

    At the time of the emails, the US was struggling to provide doctors, nurses, and other frontline workers with enough PPE.

    In April, members of National Nurses United - the largest nurses' union in the US - protested outside the White House and called for President Donald Trump to take action.

    Even one year into to the pandemic, supplies of PPE still appeared to be inconsistent.

    A survey conducted by National Nurses United in February 2021 found that 81% of nurses said they had reused single-use PPE.

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