Although we already had confirmation that the Huawei Mate X2, the next folding smartphone of the Chinese company will be presented on the 22nd of this month, the information about the folding format of this phone remained a mystery. However, the latest teaser image shared on the Weibo social network finally takes us out of doubt.
With what seems like a profile image of this phone, the latest rumors pointing to the drastic change would be confirmed, leaving behind the first concept of the Huawei Mate X and its folding outward format, betting on an “innie” design with a standard format book with a folding “in” that we see in the Samsung Folds or the Microsoft Surface. It is a design that we are going to see mostly in folding because it has the great advantage of better protecting the flexible screen when it is folded and not in use.
In addition, this same publication also includes some of the main specifications of the Huawei Mate X2, among which the claim of a 6.5-inch external screen, with a 21: 9 aspect ratio, and a resolution of up to 2,270 × 1,160 stands out. pixels; and an internal 8.01-inch foldable OLED screen and a resolution of up to 2,480 × 2,200 pixels.
On the other hand, we have already talked about the rest of its components, with the interesting choice of its processor, which due to the still present restrictions of the United States, would be “limited” to the use of the new Kirin 9000, present in the current Mate family. 40 and expected in the upcoming P50 and Mate 50 series.
The presence of a 4,400 mAh battery with a 66W Super Flash charging capacity, and a quad-camera design, led by a 50-megapixel main lens and a 16-megapixel internal camera, would also be confirmed.
So, there is no other choice but to wait until next February 22 to finally see what the Huawei Mate X2 will be like, as well as the great unknown of how Huawei will solve the great absence of the operating system and Google applications, although everything is at the end the latest version of Harmony OS 2.0 just let us notice the change.