Huawei to bring the Mate X2 in late February
Huawei brought its previous two foldable Mate X smartphones in February, and according to sources, the new Mate X2 will follow suit. One leakster revealed on Weibo the new foldable phone will come “very soon” with improved design, 5nm chipset, and “new impressive technology”.
The Mate X2 will be powered by a 5nm chipset - the Kirin 9000. The phone has already been certified at TENAA with an 8” screen but expectations are the form factor to change - from out-folding to in-folding, similar to the Galaxy Fold series. This will bring a secondary panel on the outside, leaving Royole and its new Flexpai the only foldable smartphone that implements the outward design.
Source (in Chinese)
- 13 Feb 2021
Slim it down to a surface duo and we have a winner!
- 03 Feb 2021
Well at least the screen is inside this time. no one wants a phone with a giant foldable screen on the outside.
- 02 Feb 2021
"The Z fold 2 can't go for a day because it is so very thick that it is not a phone anymore." It is only the second gen of foldable. Samsung is rumoured to reduce the thickness of its upcoming 3rd gen Z fold 3. Let's see...