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Huawei Mate X2 Switches It Up With a Galaxy Fold-like Design

Huawei Mate X2 Switches It Up With a Galaxy Fold-like Design
Written by Justin Phil

The Huawei Mate X2 is the latest leak of the phone, revealing a design that looks more like the Galaxy Fold than the Mate X or Mate XS. It seems that Huawei is opting for a foldable format this time. The camera has no notch and is cut out in the shape of a tablet for a dual autopsy camera.

The leak came straight from China, just after Huawei confirmed that the Mate X2 will go on sale on February 22. The secret has been well kept, with very few leaks so far. We also know for sure that there will be a Kirin 9000 processor in the device. This time, part of the screen will not be left outside, and we will have two separate screens: an inner screen of 8 inches and an outer screen of probably about 6.5 inches. The back of the phone has not yet been revealed.

Huawei Mate X2 Switches It Up With a Galaxy Fold-like Design

The frame around the screen is quite regular and small enough for me. The lack of folds indicates that it is indeed a simple display and not the image or photo itself. The leak also states that the Huawei Mate X2 is thin and light, even compared to other folds. In the past few hours, we learned that the screen will be from Samsung and BOE. It is still unclear if we will get pen support, UTG technology or other cool stuff.

A periscopic camera would be nice to see, since foldable cameras have yet to be equipped with one. According to some sources, the camera lenses will be equipped with solar optics and O-film technology. The latest camera vendor is reportedly working with Apple on its new iPad. For the Mate X2, we expect a price of $2000 and a new variant of EMUI or maybe even Harmony OS 2.0.

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