Huawei Pocket 2 confirmed to launch in China on 22nd February,2024

The Chinese smartphone brand Huawei was rumored to be working on a flip device which was said to be Huawei S2 but recently it was revealed that the upcoming flip device will be called Huawei Pocket 2. Lately, a lot of information has been revealed about this upcoming device.

Huawei has today officially revealed that Huawei Pocket 2 will be making its debut in China on 22nd February 2024 at 2:30 PM (12PM IST).

Huawei Pocket 2: Specifications (expected)

The device could be powered by Kirin 9000s chipset. It may be backed by a 4,520mAh battery that supports 66W fast charging. It is likely to offer 12GB RAM. It is said to support wireless charging and satellite connectivity. It could arrive in Black, Rocco white, and Dark Purple color options. It is expected that this upcoming device could be Huawei’s first foldable with a waterproof build.

Huawei Pocket 2 may come with a glass and plain leather back. The device is also said to have a special “Art” branded variant.

Huawei might tease some of the features and specs of this upcoming device ahead of its official launch. The detailed specs and features along with the pricing of the device in China will be revealed by the company on 22nd February.

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