Huawei Mate X2 has been teased after yet again, hinting at its foldable style and design that is much more related to Samsung Galaxy Z Fold and not the authentic Huawei Mate X. This time, the business also shared that the launch occasion will get area on February 22 in China at 8pm community time (five:30pm IST). The teaser picture shared on Weibo a bit of the hinge and what could be the prime or the bottom of the cell phone. No specs have been shared with the most recent teaser but the business previously confirmed that Huawei Mate X2 will be powered by the Kirin 9000 SoC.
As per the teaser picture posted by Huawei on Weibo, Huawei Mate X2 will function a foldable display that folds inwards, related to the Galaxy Z Fold series style and design. The authentic Huawei Mate X came with a foldable show that folded outwards, leaving the show exposed on each sides. The teaser picture isn’t going to genuinely give substantially away, except for displaying what could be the antenna bands and speaker grill.
Earlier this month, the business confirmed that the cell phone will be powered by the Kirin 9000 SoC and a recognized tipster shared an alleged render of Huawei Mate X2 suggesting a massive show on the front of the cell phone in its folded type. This show is witnessed to have dual selfie cameras in a hole-punch cutout style and design.
Huawei Mate X2 specs (anticipated)
The very same tipster also shared some of the specs for Huawei Mate X2. The cell phone is anticipated to function an eight.01-inch (two,480×2,200 pixels) inward folding show along with a secondary six.45-inch (two,270×1,160 pixels) show. It could function a quad rear camera setup that comprises a 50-megapixel main camera, a sixteen-megapixel secondary camera, a twelve-megapixel sensor, and an eight-megapixel sensor. The cell phone is anticipated to come with 10x hybrid optical zoom as properly. Huawei Mate X2 is tipped to pack a four,400mAh battery with assistance for 66W rapidly charging.
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