Huawei officially launches the P50 Pocket foldable phone (video)

Huawei officially launches the P50 Pocket foldable phone (video)
Huawei officially launches the P50 Pocket foldable phone (video)
The Chinese company “Huawei” officially unveiled its foldable smartphone “P50 Pocket” in a clamshell style that has a 1-inch circular external screen for quick access to notifications and tools, noting that it was launched in China starting today, Thursday.

The Huawei P50 Pocket is the company’s first foldable smartphone, and inherits the dual ring design of the Huawei P50, where the first ring contains a covering screen and the second contains the camera sensors.

As for the main screen, it is a 6.9-inch FHD + OLED panel that offers a refresh rate of 120 Hz, and a touch sampling rate of 300 Hz.

The screen has an anti-reflective layer on top that the company says reduces glare and reflection by up to 56% compared to the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Similar to the Moto Razr and Galaxy Flip 3, the P50 Pocket also has a cover screen that shows important information at a glance.

The 1.04-inch screen can display widgets, weather information, music controls, calendar, QR codes and navigation, among other features.

For example, if you’re using your phone to navigate a new city, your cover screen will display brief, step-by-step directions, rather than force you to open the big home screen to check your location.

And unlike the Galaxy Z Flip 3, the Huawei P50 Pocket does not leave a small gap when folded, as Huawei indicated that it uses a new multi-dimensional hinge that is stronger and more reliable than its competitors.

The device weighs about 190 grams with a thickness of only 7.2 mm.

During a presentation, the CEO of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group, Richard Yu, said that the clamshell design provides a more refined approach to foldable devices.

“It’s so subtle and gorgeous,” he added. “We want to bring you elegance on the go.”

Interior specs and settings

Similar to the “Huawei P50 Pro” phone, the phone comes with the new “Dual Matrix” camera system from Huawei, which combines a 10-channel multi-spectrum sensor, “Huawei XD Optics” and the “XD Fusion Pro” image engine to improve Image clarity, high dynamic range.

The rear triple camera system consists of three stages; The main camera comes with a resolution of 40 megapixels, and the second is ultra-fast with a resolution of 13 megapixels, in addition to a 32-megapixel ultra-spectrum sensor (possibly a monochrome sensor).

The phone comes with a “Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 4G SoC” processor, a 4,000mAh battery, and it runs on “Harmony OS 2” certified by Huawei.

The P50 Pocket also has Face ID on both the home screen and the lid, and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

Pricing and availability

As for the prices, the base model of the phone comes, according to what the company announced, at 8,988 CNY ($1411), while the special edition model with 12 GB RAM and 512 GB storage is priced at 10,988 CNY (1,725 ​​USD). ).

Huawei did not give any details about its plans to bring the phone to other markets outside China, where the Chinese telecom giant is subject to US sanctions that prevent it from using key technology such as Google’s Android operating system.

Critics say the P50 Pocket will have no effect in the West because of these sanctions.

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