Introducing Huawei’s new folding P50 Pocket with the 4G version of the Snapdragon 888 processor


Introducing Huawei’s new folding P50 Pocket with the 4G version of the Snapdragon 888 processor

Introducing Huawei’s new folding P50 Pocket with the 4G version of the Snapdragon 888 processor

News unit EMGblog.com: According to the predetermined plan of the company Huawei on Thursday, December 23, 2021 (2D 1400) of a new folding phone called P50 Pocket unveiled that it is in a different class than the Mate X series of this company and It should be a competitor to Galaxy Z Flip3 5G Samsung knew. This foldable phone is inspired by the design elements of P50 and P50 Pro and has two large circles in its external part, one for the camera lens and the other for its circular external display. Compared to Flip3, P50 Pocket has a bigger battery and a faster charger, and its internal screen is bigger, but it lacks the IP standard, wireless charging (normal and reverse), and most importantly, the possibility of 5G communication.

Body design

The first obvious point In the design of the P50 Pocket, it belongs to two large circles that are in the The exterior of the device is placed under each other and a form similar to P50 Pro is created. Have. The task of these two circles is different, and while the top example has three cameras and an LED flash, the bottom one has an external display.

This phone is presented in the standard version in black and white and the version Its distinctive Premium Edition is also available only in a gold color, with lines drawn by Dutch fashion designer Iris Van Herpen.

Another type of geometric lines is used on the white version of this model, which rhombuses They have formed many diamond shapes together. The black version of this phone is simple and there are no prominent designs and lines in it.

Dimensions and weight

Due to the fact that the internal screen of the device is 0.2 inches larger than Z Flip3 5G, we expect more dimensions and weight from this phone; P50 Pocket in the open state, the length and width are 170 and 87.3 respectively mm, while its Samsung competitor is 166 mm long and only 72.7 mm wide. The sharp difference in the width of these two phones should be found in the aspect ratio of the screen, which is approximately 21:9 in the P50 Pro and narrower and 22:9 in the Z Flip3.

In terms of thickness, one of the noticeable advantages of P50 Pro compared to its competitor is appearance Unlike the Z Flip3, which offered different thicknesses of 17.1 and 15.9 mm in the closed state at the hinge and edges, in the P50 Pro we face a flat and non-sloping surface when the phone is closed, the thickness of which is the same 15.2 mm. Of course, Samsung’s opponent has a smaller thickness of 6.9 mm when the screen is open, which is slightly thinner than the 7.2 mm P50 Pocket.

Enlarging the screen and significantly improving the battery capacity makes one expect a lot of weight increase in the mind, but in practice the weight is 190 The weight of the P50 Pocket is only 7 grams more than its Korean counterpart.

Hinge mechanism

The hinge of the device is undoubtedly one of the most important parts of a foldable phone, and the P50 Pro is no exception in this regard. will not be; The central hinge of this phone is said to be Huawei after opening the screen, it creates a flat surface and a more resistant assembly. compared to competitors. After closing, this hinge creates almost no gap between the two parts of the screen, in this sense, it can be compared with the newly introduced phone.

compared. Huawei did not provide more explanations about the number of parts and how each of them works in this section, but we can guess that the technology of the Mate X is used in this section. There is no information about the IP standard in this phone, and while the Z Flip3 was resistant to water penetration up to 1.5 meters deep for 30 minutes with the IPX8 standard, it gives a negative point to Huawei’s account.

External screen

Display The exterior of the device is a circular OLED sample with dimensions of 1.04 inches and a resolution of 340 x 340 pixels, which has a refresh rate of 60 Hz and a touch speed of 120 Hz. Apart from the usual functions of such screens, that screen is used to show the time and date, program notifications, and control the music being played, to take selfies with the main cameras, and various widgets corresponding to various applications have been considered for it.

 

Internal screen

The internal screen of the phone is a very large 6.9-inch model with OLED technology and a resolution of 1188×2790 pixels. It has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a touch sampling speed of 300 Hz, and a PWM dimming process of 1,440 Hz. The screen, which covers 1 billion colors, still has a notch in the center like other phones in this category, and on top of it is a 10.7-megapixel selfie camera with f/2.2. This camera supports recording 4K video and also provides users with the possibility of recording slow motion.

Main cameras

The main camera of the device, which is located above the other cameras parallel to the LED flash, is a 40-megapixel model with f /1.8 which supports 4K video capture and 1080p/960fps slow motion. Below this camera, a 13-megapixel ultrawide unit with f/2.2 wider field of view is depicted compared to the main camera, and the third camera, which is parallel to the ultrawide camera and under the LED flash, is actually a 32-megapixel color detection unit called Ultra. It is a Spectrum Camera that has an f/1.8 lens aperture and, according to Huawei, it captures a wide range of colors. It recognizes The fingerprint sensor in this phone, like its counterpart in the Samsung product basket, is located on the edge of the device and Face recognition technology can also be used to unlock the screen.

Processor – memory

Processing in this model with the 4G version of the 5nm processor Snapdragon 888 processor, which in terms of the type of cores (a 2.84 GHz core Cortex-X1, three 2.42 GHz cores A78 and 4 cores of 1.8 GHz A55) and Adreno 660 graphics, it is no different from the standard version of this processor, but it is possible to establish 5G communication from it It has been taken away. The normal and standard version of this model has 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal memory, but the premium version has 12 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal memory.

Battery and charger

Other differences Important P50 Pocket with Galaxy Z Flip3 5G depends on the battery capacity and its charging speed; In P50 Pocket, a 4,000 mAh battery is used, while the battery capacity of its Samsung counterpart is only 3,300mAh. In terms of charging speed, Huawei has a higher hand and its 40-watt charger, which is faster than the 25-watt charger. Watty Samsung is definitely faster. Of course, Huawei did not mention wireless charging and reverse wireless charging, which are both present in Z Flip3, and apparently these two functions are not supported in P50 Pocket.

Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC connection and dual-frequency satellite routers in the absence of a jack The 3.5 mm headset is another noteworthy feature of this phone, and the manufacturer has not mentioned the presence or absence of stereo speakers (present in Z Flip3).

Price – time in the market

Standard version Huawei P50 Pocket in white and black colors with a price of 8,988 yuan (with The current exchange rate is close to 1,411 US dollars) and its premium gold version will also enter the Chinese market with a price of 10,988 yuan (1,725 ​​dollars) from today, December 23rd (2nd December 1400). and there is still no news about the time and possibility of its release in other markets. During the unveiling of this phone, Huawei introduced the platform HarmonyOS He announced in this phone, but according to Malaysian site of this company, at least in this market will benefit from the EMUI 12 skin.

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