Huawei launched the first foldable mobile phone Mate X in early 2019, but two years have passed since it has not yet ushered in a new iterative product. Today, Huawei terminal official Weibo announced that Mate X2 will be released on February 22
According to previously exposed news, the Huawei Mate X2 will adopt an in-folding dual-screen design. The screen suppliers are panel manufacturers such as Samsung and BOE. The interior will use an 8.01-inch internal folding screen with a resolution of 2480×2200 and has a 120Hz refresh rate. It will not use UTG (ultra-thin glass) but choose scratch-resistant CPI (colorless polyimide). The external secondary screen has a size of 6.45 inches and a resolution of 2700×1160.
This phone will be equipped with a four-camera of 50 million pixels + 16 million pixels + 12 million pixels + 8 million pixels, which also includes a periscope telephoto lens that supports 10x hybrid optical zoom. In addition, this phone has passed MIIT certification, and the certification shows that the phone has a built-in 4400mAh battery and the body size is 161.8×145.8×8.2mm. The latest 3C certification shows that it will support 66W fast charging.
In other respects, the device will come with the HiSilicon Kirin 9000 chip, support Bluetooth 5.1, running on EMUI 11 system.
At present, Huawei officials have not publicly announced the specifications of this new phone. It is reported that this phone will be equipped with a brand-new patented technology that can show a better folding screen effect. More detailed information will not be known until February 22.