Despite the obstacles, Huawei continues to gain technological muscle with the presentation of the P50 Pocket, a high-end clamshell foldable that points directly to Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip, accompanied of course by its flagship Huawei P50 Pro and a mid-range alternative. in smart watches, the Watch GT Runner, in this way Huawei's portfolio is significantly expanded to remind us that they still have a lot of meat on the grill and are capable of creating devices that rival in the high ranges, despite the impediments caused by the absence of Google Services.
Huawei P50 Pocket
The first alternative in clam format has arrived at Huawei, a terminal that points ways and leaves practically nothing behind in hardware. Double OLED screen, 120 Hz, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 at the heart and 12GB of RAM along with 512GB of storage.
With the absence of 5G, however, it will bet on 4G technology and the latest versions of typical connectivity such as WiFi 6 at a prohibitive price of €1,599, which has its reason for being in that it is a design product and that it has a quality manufacturing notably superior to the most direct competition.
Huawei P50 Pro
Huawei's flagship obviously inherits the design of its little brother, with a 6.6-inch OLED screen and 120Hz refresh rate, accompanied by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 4G as the aforementioned model, although the RAM drops to more than enough 8GB and storage will start at 256GB with UFS 3.1 technology.
The 50, 40, 13 and 64 MP cameras will continue to be watchwords in the company, one of the best in this regard. We will have a 66W fast charge and everything that can be expected from a terminal with these characteristics from €1,199.
Huawei Watch GT Runner
A minimalist and sporty version of the Watch GT with all the sensors we need, such as the SpO2 sensor and Huawei's TrueSeen5.0+ module, which ensures fairly high precision. It has an integrated GPS chip and all this wrapped in its 1.43-inch OLED panel. Its launch price is €329.