Huawei Introduces First Work Shell Foldable Phone P50 Pocket
Earlier, the Chinese company had introduced the Mate X foldable series, but the P50 Pocket is the first phone to be similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip and Motorola Razor foldable phone.
The design of this new foldable Huawei phone is taken from the P50 series but it can be closed and the costume is based on 3D structure glass design.
In the open form, the phone has a 6.9-inch AMOLED display with 120 Hz refresh rate and a selfie camera in a punch hole design.
The locked phone has an inch screen on the front that can be used to view time, date and notifications.
The company says the phone’s own service widgets are designed for third-party apps like Maps, music players and QR codes, while navigation can also be done on the big screen and directions can be seen on the cover screen.
The P50 Pocket has a setup of 3 cameras on the back with a 40-megapixel main camera, 13-megapixel Ultra Wide and 32-megapixel Ultra Spectrum cameras.
This third camera works to improve color rendering.
Inside the phone is a Snapdragon 888 Forge processor with 8 to 12 GB RAM and 256 to 512 GB storage options.
Due to US restrictions, Google services are not part of this phone, but the company has used its own Harmony OS operating system.
The P50 Pocket has a 4000 mAh battery that provides 40 watt fast charging support and according to the company, the device is 7.2 mm thick in foldable form and weighs 190 grams.
The phone is offered for sale in China, with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage available for 8988 yuan (over 251,000 Pakistani rupees).
It will also have a special edition model with 12 GB RAM and 512 GB storage priced at 10,988 yuan (over 300,000 Pakistani rupees).