Huawei has just launched its new Foldable Phone, the successor to its Huawei Mate X. Huawei pokes us to ‘Imagine What Unfolds’ by giving off a ‘co-engineered with Laica’ vibes.
The Foldable is titled – “Huawei Mate X2”.
Design: The Design part of the foldable seems to be somewhat inspired (?) by the Galaxy Fold, to be honest, while there is no ignoring that Foldables are like this. And as always, the most significant pain in the asss – The Hinge of the foldable. Huawei has rightly put effort into the hinge of the X2 to make it buttery smooth.
- Interior Display – 8 inches
- Exterior Display – 6.45 inches
The approximate weight is 295 g (battery included). The difference in touch sampling rate between the interior and exterior display may disclose a slight difference between the two screens when put together.
- CPU – Kirin 9000
- GPU – Mali-G78
- NPU included
The device will be running EMUI 11.0 based on Android 10 alongside a battery of 4,400 mAh.
What’s interesting is that we may see HarmonyOS in this device.
The device’s network boasts 5G, Dual SIM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2, along with USB Type-C and USB 3.1 port. The audio of the device may include a stereo speaker, which is questionable in terms of quality.
The device is expected to be available in China by the 25th of February, at the price point of $2,800.
Last but not least – The predecessor was pretty capable yet not welcomed outside China; what will happen to this one?