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Huawei P50 Pocket may be developing the most foldable phone ever

Huawei P50 Pocket may be developing the most foldable phone ever

Huawei may be developing the most foldable phone ever

Huawei may be developing the most foldable phone ever

A new teaser confirms that the P50 Pocket, Huawei’s first clamshell foldable, will shortly receive an upgrade. The Huawei P50 Pocket S, which will be more of an upgrade than a direct replacement for the original, is shortly to be released, the Chinese manufacturer has revealed.

Although some previous leaks suggested it would be dubbed the “Huawei P50 Pocket New,” this teaser reveals the name would be Pocket S. The fact that the phone would come in a variety of colours, including black, blue, pink, white, green, and yellow, is also confirmed. However, the precise design particulars are still hidden.

 

In December 2021, the first Huawei P50 Pocket was released as a direct competitor to Samsung’s Galaxy Z Flip smartphones. There are several claims that this one, despite the S in its name, would use the Snapdragon 778G with 4G instead of Qualcomm’s previous generation flagship CPU, the Snapdragon 888. This suggests that a more affordable foldable phone may be in our future.

Additionally, according to rumours, the P50 Pocket S won’t feature a second display like the first model. It is anticipated to use Huawei’s proprietary XMAGE image processing technology, Harmony OS 3, and a 120Hz OLED display on the front.

 

With reports suggesting that the 256 GB model will start at about $689, it could as well be the least expensive foldable phone yet thanks to the Snapdragon 778G SoC. This is even more affordable than standard high-end phones, which typically cost between $800 and $900 in today’s market. On the other hand, the 512 GB model is anticipated to cost roughly $965, which is still astounding.

On November 2, the Huawei P50 Pocket S is anticipated to go on sale alongside the Huawei Watch GT Cyber and additional accessories. It’s expected to continue being exclusive to China, just as previously.

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