Huawei continues to reveal some details of its next Mate X2

The Huawei Mate X2 continues to be revealed in teasers. Today Huawei left us a little teaser of the equipment a few days before its debut.

The Huawei Mate X2 continues to be revealed in teasers. Today Huawei left us a little teaser of the equipment a few days before its debut. This morning (February 19, 2021) the company released a new teaser on the Weibo social network that reveals the devices’ foldable design.

Huawei Mate X2 @ HuaweiMobile https://t.co/mEmGFWeip1 pic.twitter.com//0W0oGQBIJd

– Ankit (@ TechnoAnkit1) February 19, 2021

In Weibo’s publication, the company shared a teaser with the next foldable smartphone in the form of a GIF image suggesting its ability to fold its screen. The Chinese tech giant added that the closing and opening of the device is “perfect”. Earlier this week, Huawei shared a teaser image that also highlighted the mechanism for collapsing the screen. The animated image shows the action performed by the equipment while a circle also shows its freedom of movement.

This is the successor to the company’s first foldable smartphone and may come with an 8.01-inch foldable screen from the Chinese company BOE that is said to support a resolution of 2480 x 2220 pixels. On the front there is a 6.45-inch screen with a resolution of 2270 x 1160 pixels. In addition, the device will have two displays, including an external and an internal one, which completely abandons the previous design.

Related: Latest generation of folding – Huawei Mate X2 brings Leica camera

The Huawei Mate X2 may come with a 4,400 mAh battery and its own Kirin 9000 chipset. It can come with Android 10 and it supports 66W fast charging.

It is said that the focus of the Mate X2 update is on the camera. The information that has reached us so far indicates that 50 megapixels + 16 megapixels + 12 megapixels + 8 megapixels four cameras are used and the 10x hybrid optical zoom is supported. The price will surely exceed 10,000 yuan. Earlier generations of Mate X folding phones were an incredible success in the Asian markets. Let’s see if they even reach Europe.

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