Huawei Newest Foldable Device, The Mate X2, Leaks Online
Huawei has revealed its Mate X2 smartphone. It’s the company’s first all-new foldable device since it announced the Mate X in 2019. Before the announcement, the Mate X2 had been leaked by Evan Blass. Meanwhile, the launch event is only just starting in China.
The Mate X2 has a rather more radical design in comparison to the original device. It features a large screen that unfolds from the inside as opposed to around the outside of the device.
When folded, the Huawei Mate X2 has a second screen on its outside. It’s quite similar to Samsung’s design of its Galaxy Fold series.
The device will however launch without support for Google apps or services due to the current US sanctions against the company. This may affect its sales and appeal outside China.
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The phone runs on the company’s flagship Kirin 9000 chip. The Kirin 9000 chip is the processor that debuted in its Mate 40 Pro in 2020.
Huawei Mate X2: https://t.co/QpKEVNH1KG
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) February 22, 2021
The design is very similar to Samsung Galaxy Z’s Fold 2 5G. The Huawei mate X2 has a 7.6-inch foldable display on its inside, and a narrow 6.2-inch display on its outside. Blass says the smartphone will ship in four colours; black, blue, pink, and white
Huawei says that the closing and opening action of the smartphone is “seamless,” however, we will find out in time if it is durable.
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