Last July, Huawei unveiled the P50 and P50 Pro and followed up with the P50 Pocket foldable smartphone in December. These phones are currently only available in China, but two of them will make their global debut next week – on January 12.
This revelation comes from Huawei’s Malaysian branch, which posted a few teasers on its Twitter account, confirming the January 12 international debut of the P50 Pro and P50 Pocket.
Huawei Malaysia has listed both smartphones on its official site, detailing their specs and features, which are in line with their Chinese counterparts. However, the P50 Pro will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC instead of Kirin 9000, and the P50 Pocket will run EMUI 12 out of the box instead of HarmonyOS.
Huawei hasn’t mentioned which OS the P50 Pro will run, but we believe it will be EMUI 12. That said, the P50 Pro and P50 Pocket will come in a single 8GB/256GB configuration, at least in Malaysia, while the P50 Pocket Premium Edition will be offered in a 12GB/512GB trim.
You can read our announcement coverage of the P50 Pro here and P50 Pocket over here to know more about them.