The first image appeared on TENAA
Huawei is apparently the first manufacturer to plan a foldable that will be in the lower price range. The corresponding model could potentially be the P50 Pocket Light. So far, however, little is known about the device.
Huawei launched in January this year P50 pocket In Germany their first “compact” can be folded. The foldable smartphone follows the same concept as the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 and is currently priced at 835 euros in the 256 GB variant. Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 works under the hood, which is coupled with 8 or 12 GB of RAM. A 4,000 mAh battery is responsible for the power supply, which can be charged up to 40 watts. Till date, the smartphone is available in a normal and a premium version, with the main difference being the memory size.
Lite model coming?
It is known that the leaker Nils Ahrensmeyer The P50 Pocket may soon be one Lite-variant Add tax. Accordingly, the Chinese examination authorities TENAA A related entry has appeared, which also includes two images of the device. It shows the front and back of the smartphone. Next Houses a Circular triple camera systemUnder which is a circular one secondary screen While it is probably used to display incoming notifications and the time. The upper part of the back is apparently finished in a piano finish, while the lower part is purple. It can be assumed that this part will be decisive for different color versions.
When unfolded, the main display becomes visible, which is usually a Flexible AMOLED-display The work panel is broken up by a centrally located one Punch-hole-camera. Nothing is known about other specifications of the currently used display. There is no information about the rest of the technical equipment. Only one thing is already clear: Lite will have to do without 5G connectivity due to the US ban.
Huawei is likely to introduce the P50 Pocket Lite at IFA 2022. At least the Met 50 series should be presented on September 3rd at 10:30 am during the fair. According to rumours, the series will have a total of four devices.
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