Huawei confirms support for the Mate X2 with the Kirin 9000 chip

Huawei will hold its next conference on February 22nd for the official announcement of its Mate X2 foldable phone, and the Chinese giant has officially confirmed the Kirin 9000 processor support.

Huawei published a teaser announcement today, clarifying the date of the Mate X2 event before the end of this month, as the phone presented with a design that supports folding inward, which is a different design from previous versions of the company’s foldable phones that support folding out.

And Huawei has confirmed, after officially announcing the date of the event, new details about the Mate X2 phone, which is launched with the Kirin 9000 processor chip, although Huawei stopped producing chips during the month of September.

Also monitoring the Mate X2 phone in the TENAA database, the size of 6.45 inches in the external screen, the dimensions of 21: 9, and the screen also supports a display resolution of 1160 by 2700 pixels.

While the internal screen of the phone comes with a size of 8.01 inches, and a resolution of 2220 by 2480 pixels, also when you open the screen, the phone features measurements of 161.8 by 145.8 by 8.2 mm, and the phone also includes a battery capacity of 4400 mAh, with fast charging technology of 66W.

The phone also includes a quad camera with a 50 mega-pixel main sensor, a 16 mega-pixel sensor, and a 12 mega-pixel camera, while the last sensor comes with an 8 mega-pixel camera, also revealed a three-dimensional video leaks published via Digital Chat Station about the phone’s support for a dual front camera In the screen hole, with a 16-megapixel main sensor.


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