Huawei Mate X2 to release this month!
The new Huawei Mate X2 is set to release on this month. One leakster on Weibo has just revealed that the new foldable phone will come “very soon” with improvise design, 5nm chipset, and “new impressive technology”.
The Mate X2 will come with Huawei's latest 5nm chipset - the Kirin 9000. The phone has already been certified at TENAA with an 8” screen but expect the form factor to change from out-folding to in-folding, similar to Samsung's Galaxy Fold series. This will bring a secondary panel on the outside, leaving Royole and its new Flexpai the only foldable smartphone that implements the outward design.
The device has a dimension of 161.8×145.8×8.2mm. It will also feature an 8.01-inch main display with a 6.45 inches secondary screen size. The main screen will have a resolution of 2480×2220 pixels and a 120Hz refresh rate. The display will be supplied by Samsung and BOE.
The premium foldable phone is also expected to pack a built-in 4400mAh battery, and supports 66W super flash charging. The Mate X2 will not come with the UTG (ultra-thin glass), but scratch-resistant CPI (colorless) polyimide. It also comes with the support of Bluetooth 5.1 and run EMUI 11 based on Android 10.
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