Huawei announced the P50 and P50 Pro back in July last year and followed it up with the P50 Pocket foldable smartphone in December. These handsets are currently limited to the Chinese market, but two of them will escape to the global market next week – on January 12.
This info comes from the Malaysian branch, which posted a few teasers on its Twitter account, confirming the January 12 global announcement of the P50 Pro and P50 Pocket.
Huawei’s Malaysian branch has listed both smartphones on its official site, detailing their specs and features, which are in line with the Chinese models. However, the P50 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 chip instead of Kirin 9000, and the P50 Pocket will come pre-installed with EMUI 12 out of the box instead of HarmonyOS.
Huawei hasn’t detailed the OS of the P50 Pro, but it will be EMUI 12. Both P50 Pro and P50 Pocket will have a single memory configuration of 8GB/256GB, at least in Malaysia, while the P50 Pocket Premium Edition will be offered in a 12GB/512GB configuration.
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