D-day has arrived for Huawei. No, it is not shutting down. He is not going anywhere despite the worsening situation. There is always hope especially for Huawei now that we have seen the new HUAWEI MATE X2. The major Chinese OEM has finally unveiled its next generation foldable smartphone. Last week, we saw the teaser poster that featured an inward folding screen. Several details have emerged before today, such as that the phone would be thinner, longer and lighter and that it would have a dual camera for selfies.
HUAWEI Mate X2 Design
Huawei will let you decide for yourself whether you want to fold or unfold. Now the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold has a worthy rival because the Mate X2 now has the same form factor. It is an inward folding phone with an external display.
When folded, the phone is like any ordinary smartphone, albeit a bit thick. When opened or unfolded, an 8-inch screen with a FullView screen welcomes you. Both screens offer a maximum refresh rate of 00Hz for fluid-flowing preview.
The device offers a smoother deployment experience with all available hinges. Huawei describes It is a multi-dimensional hinge made that takes advantage of innovative materials and forging techniques. The hinge is not that obvious, resulting in a more perfect fit and a flawless look.
The HUAWEI Mate X2 doesn’t like straight. There is a wedge with the thinnest part measuring only 4.4mm. The device is lightweight and allows a more comfortable grip.
HUAWEI Mate X2 Specifications
The company has decided to launch the Huawei folding phone in various colors: Crystal Blue, Crystal Pink, Classic Black and Classic White. The phone is powered by a 5nm Kirin 9000 5G chipset with artificial intelligence processing and Mali-G78 24-core GPU. The device already offers ultra-fast 5G connectivity and Wi-Fi 6+ so you can stay connected all the time.
When it comes to the imaging department, these sensors will work: 50 MP ultra vision camera, RYYB6 telephoto, 100x digital zoom, 2.5cm macro lens. The Leica Ultra Vision quad camera can capture everything, even in low-light environments.