The Huawei P50 Pocket is a stunning clamshell folding phone that boasts Huawei’s photographic skills, promising the ideal balance of form and function. This phone can easily make it into the top camera phones category, with excellent image quality and a versatile camera system. The phone is readily recognizable thanks to its eye-catching design and intriguing camera bump and cover screen.
However, for some people, the lack of Google Services may be a deal breaker. You will like this phone if you think you can live without Google Maps and YouTube (there are alternatives in the App Gallery) and want a clamshell folding with a good camera.

Let’s go into our complete Huawei P50 Pocket review now.

Design & Display

 

 

Battery life

Let’s talk about the battery in this lovely clamshell foldable now. The Huawei P50 Pocket comes with a 40W Huawei SuperCharge charger and a 4,000mAh battery.

Although the phone does not allow wireless charging, the P50 Pocket’s cable charging is extremely quick. It only took half an hour for it to increase from 26% to 88 percent. You can be confident that a quick charge of the battery will provide satisfactory results when you’re in a hurry.

When it comes to battery life, it’s understandable that the phone uses more when taking photos or movies, but otherwise, it’s quite consistent. On a single charge, you could potentially go for a day (or perhaps longer) (with light to moderate usage).