On December 23, Huawei will Debut the P50 Pocket Foldable Phone.

On December 23, Huawei will Debut the P50 Pocket Foldable Phone.

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Huawei stated this morning that its winter flagship new product introduction conference would take place on December 23.

This time, it will introduce the Huawei P50 Pocket, a new blockbuster model in the P series.

This new Huawei P50 Pocke appears to be the previously speculated Mate V foldable phone, according to official information and advertising materials.

It will be a tiny model with a foldable up and down design, with a more trendy and youthful appearance than the Mate X series.

Richard Yu also stated that the Huawei P50 Pocket will be another milestone in the aesthetics and form of smartphone technology for Huawei’s P series.

According to prior reports, the Huawei P50 Pocket would have a dual-ring design on the rear, similar to the Huawei P50 series.

This is thought to be a major factor in the machine’s eventual classification as part of the P50 series.

According to reports, this phone would be equipped with a Snapdragon 888 or Kirin 9000 chipset and will be aimed mostly at female fashionistas.

A new heat dissipation strategy and hinge design will also be included in the phone.

The heat pipe may travel through the hinge, support folding, and considerably improve the heat dissipation effect and performance, which is something to be excited about.

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