Huawei is preparing to launch the P50 Pocket foldable phone “clamshell” in China on December 23.
Huawei is set to launch the P50 Pocket “clamshell” foldable phone in China on December 23. Prior to D-day, several press renders of the foldable foldable were released on the Chinese social networking site Weibo, revealing its key design elements, strategic positioning, means that we still do not see this important foldable display.
It looks like Huawei has partnered with Harper’s Bazaar and the famous fashion house has shared key design elements of the P50 Pocket in the form of a wallet shot. The images center around Chinese celebrity Guan Xiaotong, who was seen posing with the P50 Pocket from multiple angles.
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The leafy gold design makes it crystal clear who this phone is targeting. Photography makes it more visible. Huawei is likely to target the P50 Pocket as a fashion technology, meaning that it will be a lifestyle product. It’s similar to the Galaxy Z Flip 3 as well, but it’s more silent and attracts a wider audience. Perhaps Huawei will have more colors at launch.
Aside from the gold color, another eye-catching aspect of the P50 Pocket is the outer cover screen. The phone will come with a rounded camera assembly with three launchers in total, a setup that has been seen on several recent Huawei/Honor phones. Below this setup, Huawei has put a small cover screen that basically mirrors the camera module above.
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In other words, the back of the P50 Pocket will come with a pair of circles. By the way it looks, the cover display will be a novelty and not something you actually use often, sort of like how things were on the first generation of Flip. More details will of course be known at launch.
As mentioned earlier, we can’t see the P50 Pocket from the front. Huawei also doesn’t share any hardware details at this point. But we know for sure soon enough that the launch isn’t too far away.
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