Huawei Pocket 2 Unveiled in China

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Huawei has introduced the Huwaei Pocket 2, its first clamshell foldable with a waterdrop hinge and the first flip foldable with four cameras on its cover.

Huawei Pocket 2

The Huawei Pocket 2 features a 6.94-inch foldable LPTO OLED display with Full HD+ resolution, a 1.15″ circular screen, and a Kirin 9000S chipset. It offers 12GB RAM and three storage options, with a Pocket 2 Art variant offering 16GB RAM and 1TB storage.

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Moreover, the Pocket 2 features a 50 MP camera, a 12MP ultra-wide-angle camera, an 8MP telephoto lens, and a 2MP UV sensor. It supports two-way satellite messaging through Beidou and has a 4,520 mAh battery. 

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The phone supports 40W wireless charging and 66W wired charging. Huawei uses a VC and multiple graphite layers to improve thermal conductivity, as the device heats up quickly.

What are the full specifications of the Huawei Pocket 2?

  • Chipset – Kirin 9000S
  • RAM – 12/16GB
  • Storage – 256/512GB/1TB
  • Display
    • outer – 1.15-inch LTPO OLED 340 x 340p
    • inner – 6.94-inch LTPO OLED 1136 x 2690p 120Hz
  • Battery – 4520mAh 66W fast charging 
  • Rear Camera
    • 50MP main camera
    • 12MP ultrawide
    • 8MP telephoto lens
    • 2MP depth sensor
  • Front Camera – 10.7MP
  • Color/s – Tahitian Gray, Rococo White, Purple, Black, Dream Blue (Art Version)

How much is the Huawei Pocket 2 in China?

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  • 12 + 256GB – CNY 7,499 (around PHP 58,300)
  • 12 + 512GB – CNY 7,999 (around PHP 62,200)
  • 12 + 1TB – CNY 8,999 (around PHP 70,000)
  • 16 + 1TB (Art version) CNY 10,999 (around PHP 85,400)

*Prices in PHP are direct conversions using the exchange rate at the time the content was published. These are not indicative of actual local pricing and don’t include additional costs like taxes, etc.

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