Huawei has finally returned to the global market with two flagships, whether it could use a 5G component or keep Google’s mobile services on its devices. The Chinese giant has introduced two handsets in the same series: Huawei P50 Pocket and Huawei P50 Pro. The first is a foldable phone with a clamshell design, similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3, while the second is a traditional top-tier flagship. Unfortunately, both of these devices lack 5G connectivity and Google’s cellular services, but for the rest, they’re nothing to envy compared to other flagships. In this comparison, you will find the difference in their specifications.
The Huawei P50 Pocket is one of the few foldable phones on the market and it wins the design comparison just for this reason. However, apart from being a foldable phone, it is also a very beautiful device. Its circular outer display looks just as stunning as its components. As a clamshell phone, it folds in half and becomes extremely compact. The Huawei P50 Pro is also a beautiful phone, but it’s also a traditional smartphone with a glass back and aluminum frame. However, unlike the competitors inside, it is waterproof and dustproof with IP68 certification.
The technical features of the screens found in the Huawei P50 Pocket and P50 Pro are more or less the same. They are billion-color OLED panels, full HD + resolution and 120 Hz refresh rate. These aren’t the best monitors on the market, but they’re certainly in the premium segment. The Huawei P50 bag is even more attractive because it has a foldable screen with an aspect ratio of 21: 9. As mentioned, it has the ability to reduce the size by folding and while folding the phone. , you can use the small external screen to check notifications and take selfies with the rear camera.
Glasses and software
Huawei P50 Pocket powered by Snapdragon 888 Mobile Platform: One of the two best Qualcomm chipsets of 2021, offering top specs. Although it is a flagship chipset, it lacks 5G support due to US restrictions, but it combines up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of internal memory. You can get the same hardware segment as the Huawei P50 Pro, but in some markets, the phone is powered by the proprietary Kirin 9000 chipset. Even the software is the same on both phones: HarmonyOS 2 in China and EMUI 12 in the world market without Google mobile services.
The Huawei P50 Pro is without a doubt the best camera phone: it’s not only better than the pocket-sized Huawei P50 but better than almost every phone on the shelf today. It has a 50MP main camera with OIS and laser autofocus, a 64MP periscope sensor with 3.5x optical zoom, a 13MP ultraviolet camera, and a 40MP monochrome sensor co-developed with Leica. The P50 Pocket has no way to compete with the 40MP main camera, 13MP UV sensor, and 32MP lens, but it does allow you to take selfies with the rear camera with an external display.
Huawei P50 Pro is capable of providing long-lasting battery life with its large 4300 mAh battery. It even features wireless charging as opposed to the P50 bag.
The Huawei P50 Pro has a world market price of 1200/$1372, while you need 1300/$1487 to get a P50 bag unit. If we just look at the technical features, huawei p50 pocket is a good phone due to its superior camera, large battery, waterproof body, and wireless charging. But the P50 Pocket is a foldable phone and could be a good choice for those who prefer innovative and compact devices.
Huawei P50 Pocket and Huawei P50 Pro: PRO and Cons
Huawei P50 pocket
More compact when folded
Huawei P50 Pro
When will Huawei P50 Pocket be released worldwide?
Huawei officially announced the P50 Pocket in China on December 23, 2021, where it is currently on sale.
Initially thought to be a China-exclusive, the phone has been released internationally since January 26, 2022, which, together with the Huawei P50 Pro, has spread across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Latin America.