Huawei has unveiled the Mate X2, a foldable smartphone with a curved display.

Unlike the Mate X, the second generation uses a new design similar to the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, with a single screen on the outside and a flexible display on the inside.

The external OLED screen has a diagonal of 6.45 inches with a resolution of 2700 x 1160 pixels. The main 8-inch display with a resolution of 2480 x 2200 pixels is also made using OLED technology. Both screens support 90Hz refresh rates.

The Mate X2 is powered by the Kirin 9000 processor and 8 GB of RAM. The 4400mAh battery supports fast charging up to 55W.

The smartphone runs on Android 10 with the EMUI 11 shell. During the presentation, a Huawei representative said that the Mate X2 will receive HarmonyOS. In both cases, there will be no Google services.

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There are four cameras on the back side:

▪️ Wide Angle: 50MP
▪️ Ultra Wide Angle: 16 MP
▪️ Telephoto: 12 MP (optical zoom 3x)
▪️ SuperZoom camera: 8 MP (optical zoom 10x)

The outer screen houses a single 16-megapixel camera. There are no cameras on the internal display.

Prices and Availability

▪️ Huawei Mate X2 256GB: CNY 17,999 or 208 thousand rubles

▪️ Huawei Mate X2 512GB: CNY 18,999 or 220 thousand rubles

Huawei Mate X2 is available in four colors: black, white, pink and blue.

The smartphone will go on sale in China on February 25. Whether Huawei plans to sell it in other countries is unknown. [The Verge]

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