Huawei was plagued by delays caused last year by the Huawei P50 series. The company was able to launch the Huawei P50 in international markets. Due to multiple rounds of sanctions, there are some shortcomings in the Huawei flagships. The company cannot ship devices without 5G support. The company continues to do its best to win over global customers despite this. Today marks the official start of the global rollout for Huawei P50 Pro & Huawei P50 Pocket. The Huawei P50 Pocket is the new foldable device, while the P50 Pro is the missing device.
The global rollout of the P50 Pro, P50 Pocket and the first phase will be in some regions, including the Asia Pacific region, Europe, South America, The Middle East, Africa, Europe and South America. We are interested to see how these smartphones perform in global markets due to the absence of 5G connectivity. Although the camera and performance will be excellent, some users might prefer a 5G phone to ensure their future security. Global customers are also affected by the absence of Google Play Services.
Huawei P50 Pocket is the new foldable smartphone from the company. This phone is a clamshell design, unlike previous Mate X smartphones. Huawei’s Multi-Dimensional Hinger is featured on this phone. It has no visible gaps when closed. An external screen of 1-inch allows you to interact with notifications and controls as well as the cameras. Huawei P50 Pocket has a three-camera setup. It includes a main 40MP camera, a 13MP ultrawide and a 32MP Spectrum camera to boost color rendering.
The inner display measures 6.9 inches diagonally and is a 120Hz OLED screen. It has a 21:9 aspect ratio, 2,790×1,188 pixels resolution and features a 2,790×1,188 pixels resolution. The panel has a 10.7MP selfie camera and a 300Hz touch sampling rate. The software running on the device is EMUI 12 and not HarmonyOS. The Snapdragon 888 SoC is under the hood. However, it comes in 4G. The device comes with 8GB RAM and 256GB of storage. The device draws power from a 4,000-mAh battery and a 40W SuperCharge. Standard variants are available in Black and White for EUR1,299
The Premium Edition features Iris van Herpen’s design. This edition comes with 12 GB RAM and 512GB storage in Premium Gold colorway. It costs EUR1,599.
The Huawei P50 Pro launched last summer with a 6.6 inch OLED screen that supports Full HD+ resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. A 13MP selfie camera is also included in the panel. It fits into a punch-hole cutout. The device is a Leica-branded camera. The device boasts a main camera of 50 MP, a monochrome snapper of 40 MP, an ultrawide camera with 13 MP, and a periscope telephoto camera that is 64 MP. It’s a remarkable setup.
The Snapdragon 888 4G SoC is still inside the handset. It has 8GB RAM and 256GB of Internal Storage. The power of the handset comes from a 4,360mAh battery that is powered by both Huawei’s 66W SuperCharge via a wired connection and Huawei’s 50W wireless SuperCharge.
It is available in Gold Black or Cocoa Gold colors and retails for EUR1,199.