It was via a Twitter message from Huawei’s Malaysian subsidiary and only there that the launch was announced from the beginning and now the reason turns out to be that the launch only takes place there. In Malaysia.
The P50 Pro has been on sale since August in China, but will now be released outside the country’s borders. However, this is a slightly different version than the domestic model. One of the big differences is that it will not use Kirin 9000 5G, but instead a special 4G version of Snapdragon 888 made with 5nm technology by Samsung. The reason is that it is a model that the company may use according to the US blockade rules.
There is no mention of the software in the international version of the phones, but it is all about judging by EMUI 12 and apps via Huawei’s own App Gallery. The US blockade continues to make it impossible for Huawei to offer Google’s apps or app store.
Other specifications include a 6.6-inch LED screen with support for 120 Hz and a resolution of 1228 x 2700 pixels, a battery of 4360 mAh with a charge of 66W via cable and 50W wireless.
However, the P50 Pro’s primary ace in the rock sleeve is the camera with a primary camera of 50MP with an aperture of f / 1.8 and optical image stabilization. It is complemented by a 40 megapixel black and white camera with f / 1.6, a 13 megapixel ultra-wide angle with f / 2.2 and a 64 megapixel telephoto with f / 3.5 and optical image stabilization. The front camera is at 13 megapixels and f / 2.4 aperture.
The P50 Pocket is also released in an international version for sale in Malaysia. That phone was officially launched just before Christmas 2021 and is Huawei’s first foldable in a slightly smoother format, a competitor to the Samsung Galaxy Flip 3 and Motorola Razr 3.
There is no information yet on whether or when the P50 Pro and P50 Pocket could be relevant for a broader global launch.
Source: Mobil by www.mobil.se.
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