Huawei Pocket 2 Launched With Satellite Calling And Quad-Main Camera

The new clamshell foldable device Huawei Pocket 2 was officially launched today. Interesting improvements are given in making it relevant in this complex modern era. The body is seen to resemble the original Huawei Pocket S, but the hinge construction has been redesigned with a special steel material.

The screen is also more durable through second generation Kunlun glass support. When opened the screen is 6.94-inch LTPO OLED with a refresh rate of 120Hz and an aspect ratio of 21:9. Meanwhile, the secondary screen is a 1.15-inch OLED that supports a resolution of 340 x 340 pixels and a pixel density of 295 PPI.

Next, the Kirin 9000S chip, 12GB RAM memory and storage up to 512 are used as the mainstay. The camera configuration consists of 50MP (main) with OIS + 12MP (ultra wide angle) + 8MP (telephoto) + 2MP (Hyperspectral).

It is understood that the 2MP sensor uses a Hyperspectral imaging system which is said to be able to provide more detailed input. In addition to being able to measure the absorption of UV light for more protection when outside.

The device also has the ability to perform two-way satellite communication in various situations. Then a 4250mAh battery is included that supports 66W wired and 40W wireless charging. The device also runs the latest HarmonyOS 4.0 software and passes the IPX8 waterproof rating.

The selling price of the device is as below:

RMB 7499 (~RM4,974) (256GB)

RMB 7,999 (~RM5,306) (512GB)

RMB 8,999 (~RM5,969) (1TB)

RMB 10,999 (~RM7,296) (Art Custom Edition)

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