The foldable Huawei P50 Pocket also appears in the Netherlands

The foldable Huawei P50 Pocket also appears in the Netherlands

In addition to the Huawei P50 Pro, the Chinese phone maker is also bringing another device to our country. A special example, namely the foldable Huawei P50 Pocket.

P50 Pocket Premium Edition

Huawei has found fashion designer Iris van Herpen willing to create a design that immediately stands out: gold with organic stripes. This concerns the P50 Pocket Premium Edition. Huawei writes: “The back of the device captures the shadows and texture of the earth, which are brought to life by the advanced 3D micro-sculpture design.”

The device is equipped with a hinge so that it can be folded into a square. The 6.9 inch screen is 21:9 and that would make the device very suitable for watching movies, thanks in part to the support for 1.07 billion colors and a refresh rate of 120Hz. Thanks to the screen on the top of the device, you can already see your notifications without having to open the device.

Seeing in the dark

The photo and video options consist of a 40MP camera, 13MP wide-angle lens and another 32MP camera. There is also a 10MP selfie camera. Thanks to a large sensor, the end result of photos in low light is better, Huawei promises. It even captures things you can’t see with the naked eye, thanks in part to the Ultra Spectrum Fluorescence photography function. Basically, this allows you to take a picture in the dark of something that you otherwise couldn’t see without turning on the light.

The sunscreen detection function is special, where you can see via the Mirror app how best to apply your sunscreen so that uncovered spots are not forgotten. The device runs on EMUI 12, but that is based on Android 11 and has no Google services, so you cannot download apps from the Play Store, but from the AppGallery. The device also contains a Snapdragon 888 4K device and a 4,000 mAh battery with 40 Watt fast charging.

Huawei P50 Pocket is now available in Premium Gold for 1,599,99 euros.

– Thanks for information from Androidworld. Source

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