Huawei Mate X2: video shows the potential of folding in the ecosystem

Huawei Mate X2

Last week Huawei introduced the latest version of its foldable smartphone. Mate X2 will have a difficult life outside of China due to the lack of Google services, but integration with the Chinese brand ecosystem is a safe point.

In a video shared by the YouTube channel “Creator Studio”, it is shown how the new foldable collaborates harmoniously with a Huawei MateBook laptop. Pairing is done via NFC.

As soon as the smartphone is turned on, what we see on your screen can also be seen on the laptop. Although this is not new to the brand, the most interesting part turns out to be the speed with which the interaction is made when the screen is unfolded.

As soon as Mate X2 switches to tablet format, we immediately see that same information on the laptop. And the truth is that everything is done without major problems, and with almost imperceptible latency.

Huawei Mate X2
Huawei Mate X2, the latest foldable smartphone from Huawei

Remember that Mate X2 was launched in China with a price equivalent to € 2292. Even with this value that by many can be considered prohibitive, the equipment sold out in less than 1 minute during the first sales phase.

Unlike its predecessors (Mate X and Mate Xs), Huawei's new foldable follows a design line closer to Samsung's Galaxy Z Fold. After this launch in China, there are still no predictions of when it may be launched in other markets, such as the UK's one.

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