The Huawei P50 Pro arrived in China last summer, with the P50 Pocket joining the family in December. The lineup is finally making its way outside the domestic market – yesterday it arrived in Malaysia and the Middle East, and now we learn it’s on its way to Europe.
The P50 Pro and P50 Pocket have been confirmed to go sale in Bulgaria on January 25.
The social media accounts of Huawei Bulgaria only mentioned the P50 Pro, but local publication nixanbal confirms the foldable will also make an appearance. Both devices run on the Snapdragon 888 chipset, but due to Huawei being part of the Entity List in the United States, the manufacturer is not allowed to use anything 5G-related, so the flagships are limited to LTE support.
Despite these limitations and the obvious lack of Google Services, the P50 Pro and P50 Pocket are pretty impressive devices. The classic flagship has a mighty quad-cam setup, huge OLED and 66W fast charging, while the clamshell has a gapless folding screen and a cool-looking 1” circular cover display.
Prices will be announced later this month, and once revealed in Bulgaria, they will be applied to the rest of the EU.