Huawei will hold an event on February 22 for the official announcement of the MATE X2 foldable phone, and in a new advertising poster published by Huawei, it emphasized the inside foldable design of this version.
Huawei is preparing to launch a new version of its foldable phones, as the new version will be launched later this month, titled MATE X2, and the teaser ads that have appeared so far have confirmed that the camera phone has been developed in cooperation with Leica.
Huawei has registered a new patent in the design of foldable screens, which supports folding with less crease, and the new screen is scheduled to be unveiled at the MATE X2 event later this month.
The MATE X2 differs from the design of the previous versions of the company, the Mate X and the Mate Xs, as the previous versions featured folding outwards, while the new version comes with a design that supports folding inwards.
The design of the new version features a flexible internal screen, with an outer layer of distinctive glass with strong design to support higher resistance, as Yu Chengdong, Huawei CEO, emphasized the technologies and features offered in the next version of the company’s foldable phones.
Other leaks indicated that Huawei is using Samsung and BOE screens in this version, as it features the main screen size of 8.1 inches, a display resolution of 2480 by 2200 pixels, while the secondary screen comes in size of 6.45 inches and a display resolution of 2700 by 1160 pixels.
Huawei also confirmed earlier that the phone supports the Kirin 9000 processor chip, the phone also includes a quad rear camera setup 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.
The camera settings are scheduled to include periscope telephoto lenses to zoom up to 10 times, and the phone also supports a 4400 mAh battery, and the phone comes with measurements of 161.8 by 145.8 by 8.2 mm, so we expect more details about this version in the upcoming official announcement on February 22.