Huawei P50 Pocket 2.0 Can Be Tested And Approved.

Huawei P50 Pocket 2.0

Huawei has been asked to show off a new product at IFA 2022 on September 3. We don’t know what they plan to show us there, since the Huawei Mate 50 Series will be shown for the first time on September 6 in China, where it was made. We had thought for a long time that the Huawei P50 Pocket might get an upgrade with a camera under the screen (UDC). TENAA has now given its stamp of approval to a foldable like this.

Huawei Is Also Coming To Berlin For The IFA 2022

Even though the US has a ban in place, Huawei will be at the Berlin IFA 2022 from September 2nd to September 6th. On September 3, there will be a product launch for members of the press, where new laptops, tablets, wearables, and smartphones will be shown off. But what that could mean for smartphones isn’t clear yet, since the Huawei Mate 50 Series isn’t coming out until September 6 in China, where the company is based. At the beginning of August, I had a hunch about the Huawei P50 Pocket 2.0, which is said to have a camera under the screen. And, as luck would have it, you can find a foldable like this with a clamshell design at the TENAA under the model number “BAL-AL80” (Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center).

TENAA Shows The Foldable Without An Under-Display Camera

The published pictures, on the other hand, show that the UDC’s thesis is wrong. They show a hole for the front camera in the middle of the display that folds in. So there’s nothing under the show. The outside is also different in some ways. It looks like the circular screen has been replaced with a much bigger screen on the outside. The camera still has three lenses and an LED flash. The real Huawei P50 Pocket had a 40 MP (true chroma, f/1.8), 13 MP (ultra wide angle, f/2.2), and 32 MP (ultra spectrum, f/1.8) camera.

In terms of the way the material feels, it looks like a mix of fake glass and leather. The built-in processor, which is the biggest secret, is still a secret to us. The Huawei P50 Pocket on the market has a Qualcomm-modified Snapdragon 888 chip that doesn’t support 5G. Because of US sanctions, this could be a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, which was also made in a 4G version for Huawei. The only technical detail is the size of the battery, which could be raised to 4,260 mAh if needed. A real selling point that neither the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 nor the Moto Razr 2022, which will be released in Europe in September, can offer.

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That means you can’t use the Play Store, Google Maps, or any other apps from Google. The same goes for third-party apps that use Google services like Maps. Huawei uses Emui 12, which is based on the open-source version of Android 11 and doesn’t have any Google services, instead of Google’s Android 12.

Since May 2019, the P50 series has had the same problems as most new Huawei phones. Because of the ban, Huawei can’t use any products from US-based companies, such as Google. That means that none of the phones in the P50 series, including the Google Play Store, will have any Google apps.