Since the introduction of the first foldable phones, there has been a misconception that there should be a noticeable crease on the crease, that they cannot fold without a hole, and that the cameras have shoddy.
The reason for the misunderstanding in the public was some other products and by no means Huawei’s foldable phones. Already the flagship Mate X did not suffer from these problems, so the latest foldable smartphone Huawei P50 Pocket is no exception.
Juba? What is wrinkle?
If you show someone an unlocked Huawei P50 Pocket, they probably won’t even notice that it can be folded. The 17.5 cm (6.9 inch) OLED screen looks like a regular screen with narrow bezels, high resolution and the ability to display over a billion colors, with no noticeable wrinkles on the crease.
We can’t say the same about Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 3, as the crease is very noticeable. How is the Huawei phone completely different and has succeeded, which the competitor does not? Thanks to a fantastically designed track with a drop-shaped recess at the fold point the screen is curved.
Impeccable stacking experience
The essence of foldable smartphones lies in the experience of using a large screen with smaller dimensions at the same time. The Huawei P50 Pocket folds only 15.2 mm thick, while its rival Z Flip 3 is 17.1 mm thick. This makes it easy to fit in a small women’s handbag or pocket. At the same time, with a thickness of 7.2 mm, it is also very thin when opened.
The hinge can hold the phone in a half-open position, which looks like an L or a small laptop. This enables entirely new uses, such as freelance photography or video chatting, without having to hold the phone in front of your face all the time.
Ultra mobile photography
In terms of mobile photography, support is provided for the True-Chroma Image drive, Huawei XD Optics technologies and Huawei XD Fusion Pro, on the basis of which the Ultra Spectrum matrix camera was developed. The innovative imaging package includes a 10-channel multispectral light sensor, a multispectral illuminator, a laser focus sensor, a 40 million Tru Chrome camera, a 13 million camera with an ultra-wide angle lens, and a 32 million Ultra Spectrum camera. Capable of capturing a wider range of wavelengths.
Huwei’s XD Optics combines a lens and camera to analyze how much energy is lost while passing through the lens at different wavelengths, based on reversibility. The data is received by an algorithm that predicts light loss and restores image quality. Huawei’s robust solution allows it to overcome the physical limitations that physics imposes on lenses, while maintaining the perfect balance between smartphone thickness and the quality of the images created.
All-day battery and super fast charging
Huawei P50 Pocket strikes the perfect balance between design and function and offers long battery life while supporting fast charging.
In design aesthetics, modern hardware, and powerful mobile photography or battery life, the Huawei P50 Pocket continues Huawei’s commitment to pushing technological boundaries.