Instruction Manual | Huawei P50 Pocket

Review Huawei P50 Pocket – Looking more boxy, the Huawei P50 Pocket comes in two different surface options. The standard variant uses white with a 3D micro-sculpture design, giving it an interesting texture. And for a more premium version, the Huawei P50 Pocket Premium Edition comes in collaboration with Haute Couture designer, Iris Van Herpen.

The version comes with a more unique pattern, appearing in gold. The screen folding mechanism itself comes without gaps, so it can protect the inside.

Huawei P50 Pocket

On the outside, there is a 10.4-inch screen that is round like the camera module. Use the OLED panel and can be used to read notifications, access widgets to the main camera viewfinder.

Meanwhile, when opened, you will be greeted with a 6.9-inch wide screen. The main screen of the Huawei P50 Pocket uses a 21:9 ratio, has a refresh rate of 120Hz and uses Nano Optical Layer technology—claimed to reduce the level of light reflection and glare when used. Behind the scenes, a powerful Qualcomm chipset is used, but with a special note.

The first, not Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, but Snapdragon 888 aka the same as Samsung’s folding smartphone this year. But not only that, the second note is that the variant used only supports 4G networks.

Reinforced with 8GB/256GB or 12GB/512GB memory for the Premium edition. On the official website, it says using EMUI 12, and not HarmonyOS.

The camera on the main screen has a resolution of 10.7MP, while on the outer body of the Huawei P50 Pocket, a circle is pinned consisting of three camera sensors. The main sensor is 40MP f/1.8, accompanied by a 13MP f/2.2 ultra wide-angle sensor and a 32MP “Ultra Spectrum Camera”. The last sensor is claimed to be able to provide a unique fluorescence effect, and can detect if the user has used the sunscreen correctly.

Another advantage that the Huawei P50 Pocket has is its battery technology. Besides being bigger at 4,000 mAh, the charging support can reach 40W via SuperCharge technology.

As for security features, a Privacy Mode feature is provided to turn off all hardware such as microphones, cameras to GPS when the main screen is closed or folded.

User Guide Pdf coming soon

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