The Huawei Pocket 2 is a Flip Phone with Four Cameras

The Huawei Pocket 2 is a Flip Phone with Four Cameras

After two years since the P50 Flip, Huawei is back with flip phones through the unveiling of the Pocket 2 in China. We don’t know why the naming convention is different, but its design is similar to the P50 Flip.


Despite the similar design, the Pocket 2 has four cameras in its circular module. These include a 50-megapixel main camera with OIS, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide, 8-megapixel telephoto with 3x optical zoom and OIS, and a 2-megapixel “hyperspectral camera”, whicxh is meant to detect UV intensity. The Pocket Flip 2 also utilizes Huawei’s XMAGE imaging tech.

The outer screen is still the same circular 1.15-inch OLED display, while the foldable inner display is a slightly bigger 6.94-inch LTPO OLED display with a 120hz refresh rate and an unconventional 2690×1136 resolution.

Like recent flagship Huawei devices like the Mate 60 Pro, the Pocket 2 is presumed to use a Kirin 9000S processor with up to 16GB RAM and up to 1TB of storage. Despite having roughly the same size as the P50 Pocket, Huawei managed to squeeze in a bigger 4520mAh battery inside the Pocket 2 and support 66w wired and 40w wireless charging.

You get 2-way satellite messaging with the Pocket 2 via Beidou, and it uses HarmonyOS 4 where you have a broad set of customization options for its tiny external display.

Just like the P60 series, the Pocket 2 has an Art edition with a maxed-out configuration (16GB RAM and 1TB storage respectively) and an elaborate design that is called Dream Blue.


Here are the Pocket 2 variants that will be available:

  • 12GB/256GB – CNY 7499(~Php 59k)
  • 12GB/512GB – CNY 7999(~Php 62k)
  • 12GB/1TB – CNY 8999(~Php 70k)
  • 16GB/1TB Art – CNY 10999(~Php 86k)

The Pocket Flip will be available in China on March 1, and there’s no word yet if Huawei will make it available in the Philippines.

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