Huawei is rumored to be developing a new foldable flip phone that will succeed the Pocket S. According to a Chinese digital blogger, this upcoming device will feature several improvements, including an improved secondary screen, a thinner and lighter build, and most notably, the 5G support.
Following the recent introduction of 5G in its Mate 60 series, Huawei appears to be continuing this trend by integrating 5G capabilities into its upcoming smartphones. This upcoming foldable phone is expected to be the first of its kind offered by Huawei since the US ban.
The device is said to be specifically aimed at female users, although no further details have been revealed. This suggests that Huawei could focus on designing a sleeker, more compact phone, catering to the preferences of its target audience.
The previous flip phone launched by Huawei, the Pocket S, has a 6.9-inch internal display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a vibrant 1.07 billion color display. It also includes a handy 1.04-inch external display for quick tasks like checking the weather, taking selfies, and controlling music playback.
The Pocket S is powered by the Snapdragon 778G 4G processor and has up to 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. It is equipped with a triple-lens rear camera system, including a 40 MP primary sensor, a 13 MP ultra-wide sensor, and a 13 MP super macro sensor. Additionally, the phone sports a 10.7 MP front camera.
Although specific improvements to the new foldable flip phone remain unknown, the focus on female users indicates that Huawei could introduce new features tailored to their needs. Expectations are high for a device that combines style, compactness and cutting-edge 5G technology.
– Chinese digital blogger
– Huawei Pocket S specifications