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Harper’s Bazaar Magazine reveals Live photos of the Huawei P50 Pocket

Huawei will officially unwrap the Huawei P50 Pocket on December 23 and the company has confirmed that it will be clamshell foldable device. And while some of its feature is yet to be known, live photos of the device has surfaced revealing the P50 Pocket in full.

The world-renowned fashion magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, posted on Weibo photos of the Huawei P50 Pocket from various angles. The device was held by the Chinese actress and singer Guan Xiaotong.

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From the images, we can confirm the dual-circle design with the first ring hosting three cameras and a single LED. While the second ring is a small screen for AOD, notifications and selfies.

It’s clear that Huawei is using the Huawei P50 Pocket to target fashionistas and to grab some market share of the market from Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip 3. For its potential buyers (those in China), the price of the device will be more of the motivating factor to buy the device.

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The specs such as chipset and the HarmonyOS 2.0 inside will be secondary motivation. So long the price is right, buyers might actually look the way of the device.

So far, there is very little information about the actual specs of the device. But, if it did feature a Qualcomm chip, then we expect it to be the Snapdragon 888 4G chip (no 5G Modem). At the rear, we expect to see triple cameras: a main camera, an ultra-wide lens, and a portrait lens.

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The foldable screen inside might be a BOE display panel but if the Huawei P50 Pocket makes it overseas, then we might see Samsung’s OLED panel inside. More specs of the device is expected to be revealed when it’s officially launched.

Availability and Where to Buy Huawei P50 Pocket
P50 PocketPrice
Buy on AliExpress$1,799.99

Source | In Chinese






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