Huawei’s P50 portfolio includes two standard flagships, the P50 and P50 Pro, as well as a clamshell foldable called the P50 Pocket, which was released last December. The P50 series has only been available in China so far. The Huawei P50 Pro and P50 Pocket, on the other hand, are set to hit the global market soon.
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The Huawei P50 Pocket and P50 Pro will make their worldwide debut on January 12, according to Huawei Malaysia. Although the countries aren’t mentioned, the two flagships are expected to begin their tour in Malaysia. Furthermore, we already know everything there is to know about phones (save for the pricing, of course.)
The Huawei P50 Pocket is the company’s first foldable phone to feature a clamshell design, putting it in direct competition with Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip3. It’s based on a camera design that looks like a double ring. The second ring, however, encloses the cover display in this case.
Diamond and gold finishes are available. The gold is known as the ‘Premium’ edition, and it comes with a jewelry-inspired design. It’s a distinctive but divisive aesthetic. The fingerprint scanner is also integrated into the frame’s power button. The front camera is also placed within a hole punch.
The two halves of the new Huawei pricing catalog item fold flush with each other without creating a gap, just like the Galaxy Z Flip 3. It’s because of Huwaei’s own hinge, which they claim is more durable than the competitors.
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A second camera housing replaces the ring for the cover display on the P50. They form a stove top’ shape with a cluster of LED flashes and four lenses when used together. Wide-angle, monochrome, ultra-wide, and telephoto photography are all supported by the cameras. The phone’s 2K 120Hz OLED screen curls on both sides. Huawei’s SuperCharge can deliver up to 66W through wire and 50W over wireless.