Huawei Mate X2 is a new foldable phone that will be launched on Feb 22
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(Pocket Ribbon) – Huawei is about to launch a new foldable phone, the Mate X2.
The phone follows the Mate X from 2019 and its slightly more refined successor, the Mate Xs from 2020. While those devices had the display on the outside, this new model follows Samsung's approach by having the large, foldable display in the fold like a book or wallet.
News of the new handset was spilled on the Chinese social network Weibo, where the teaser was clearly designed to showcase the new approach to the foldable phone, as well as the February 22nd launch date.
We don't have any other official details, but the Mate 40 from late last year used the Kirin 9000 platform. It's very likely that the Mate X2 will use that, but delivery issues due to the US trade ban could force Huawei to use something else like the MediaTek Dimensity 1000. We'll see.
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We also expect the Huawei P50 and P50 Pro in the coming months, so the hardware in the Mate X2 also gives us some insight into those handsets.
No doubt, the new phone will use Huawei's own App Gallery download store on top of the latest version of EMUI 11 based on Android 11.
Written by Dan Grabham.