Huawei Mate X2: secrets of the folding process unveiled

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Huawei's next foldable smartphone is close to being a reality. And now, through a publication on the Chinese social network Weibo, the manufacturer has revealed the secrets of its folding process.

Using a GIF, it is shown here how to fold Mate X2. And remember that this publication comes a few days after Huawei shares an image for the same purposes.

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Judging by the images and what Huawei says, the process of folding and unfolding the smartphone will be “simple”. It is therefore expected to be easier than in the previous model where it was necessary to click on a button to “activate” this mode.

According to the data revealed by the Gizmochina website, we can count on an 8.01 ”inch folding when unfolded. As indicated, the panel will be manufactured by BOE, and at the front there will be a 6.45 ”panel for classic smartphone navigation.

Through the renders already revealed on the social network Weibo, everything indicates that the smartphone will have the largest screen that is hidden when it is folded. On the “secondary” screen is a punch-hole that must cover the front camera.

Unofficial render of Huawei Mate X2.  Credit: Digital Chat Station
Unofficial render of Huawei Mate X2. Credit: Digital Chat Station

Apparently, the Mate X2 will be equipped with the Kirin 9000 processor and a 4400mAh battery with 66W fast charging. Additionally, it is revealed that it will have a 50MP main camera accompanying 12MP and 8MP secondary sensors.

Huawei Mate X2 to be revealed on February 22

These little revelations from Huawei are appearing at the same time as the rumors of P50 launch. The presentation of these smartphones should take place between 26 and 28 March, but Huawei will reveal the details about the Mate X2 as early as February 22.

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