Oh, what a difference a year makes. In our
, we found Huawei’s out-folding design very intriguing, as it offered you a big screen canvas to work on both in folded and unfolded state.
Huawei Mate X2 foldable display size, specs, and camera
Here’s the key Huawei Mate X2 specs list:
- Displays: 8″ 2480 x 2200 pixels 90Hz (internal), 6.45″ 2700 x 1160 pixels 90Hz (external)
- Processor: Kirin 9000 5G
- Memory: 8 GB RAM + 256/512 GB storage
- Cameras: 50MP main, 16MP ultrawide, 12MP 3x telephoto, 8MP 10x periscope zoom
- Battery: 4500mAh, 66W charger
- Colors: black, blue, pink, and white
Needless to say, the software limitations in the West don’t mean that Huawei can’t produce an incredible piece of hardware. We were curious about the in-folding approach that the company hasn’t tried so far, and the Mate X2 delivers it with a display that is not made by Samsung for a change, but BOE.
Huawei Mate X2 features
The big 4500mAh battery has been carried over from the Xs, as well as the 55W charging. The charger in the box, however, is a 66W one, one of the fastest in the industry. Other notable Mate X2 features include a high 90Hz refresh rate for both displays, magnetically-controlled nano optical layer to minimise reflection, split screen software features for multitasking, and Director’s View video streaming on one screen.
Huawei Mate X2 price and release date
Huawei will be releasing the Mate X2 this week, on February 25, for now in the Chinese market, and at a price that is not that much lower compared to its predecessor at launch. The $2785 equivalent in local currency gets you the 256GB Mate X2, and the top 512GB version will set you back $2940.
Read original article here