It is known that Huawei is now planning to launch its new generation of foldable phones, which would be named “Mate X2”. It was also reported that the launch of this model also got delayed. Today, the phone was also listed on TENAA Certification.
Today, the famous Chinese leakster @DigitalChatStation has revealed the full specs of the phone.
As per the blogger, the Mate X2 will feature an 8.01 inches internal folding main display, which is packed with a high-quality resolution (2480x2220p). There is a secondary 6.45 inches display as well, which would be used in folded condition. This display also got a high resolution, i.e., 2700×1160p.
In terms of other specifications, the blogger also revealed that there would be a single 16MP camera on the front side, while on the backside, there is a quad camera setup (50MP+16MP+12MP+8MP), which further supports 10x optical zoom.
Inside the phone, the limited chipset HiSilicon Kirin 9000 has been used. The Kirin 9000 is an octa-core chipset based on a 5nm manufacturing process. The chipset has a maximum frequency @3.13GHz with a Cortex-A77 core.
The TENAA Certification showed it is powered by a 4400mAh battery, equipped with 66W fast charging (the same charging used in Mate40 & Nova8 series). The phone has dimensions of about 161.8*145.8*8.2mm and weighs around 295g. It will also run the EMUI 11 with Android 10 (or maybe Harmony OS).
The all-new Huawei Mate X2 is expected to be launched in the next month.