Huawei Mate X2 | World’s toughest foldable phone


With the Mate X2, Huawei presented its most important reinvention for its folding with new design, larger screens and new fold

Huawei keep betting on the folding phones and presented his Mate X2. It is their third device in this range to offer sharper images and better sound for movies and games.

According to the company, it reinvented its folding to present a new design, larger screens and a new fold reminiscent of the one used by Samsung with its Galaxy Fold.


The Mate X2 It presents an 8-inch OLED screen when open and a resolution of 2480 × 2200 pixels and its refresh rate of 90 Hz. When closed, it presents a 6.45-inch screen closed, with a resolution of 2700 × 1160 pixels, in addition to a 90 Hz refresh rate.

It has the Kirin 9000 processor, the most powerful chip created by Huawei till the date. With RAM memory of 8 GB, 256 or 512 GB of storage and a 4,400 mAh battery with fast charging of up to 55 W.

In a matter of photography the Mate X2 has a main system of four cameras produced by Leica, including a 50 MP main sensor, a 12 MP telephoto sensor (with 3x optical zoom), a 16 MP ultra-wide sensor and an 8 MP sensor of “Super Zoom” that offers a 10x optical zoom.

It also has a 16 MP selfie camera on its external screen. It does not have a camera on its internal screen.

Huawei explained that the hinge of the Mate X2 It was designed to close completely, without leaving any kind of space or opening.

Price and availability of the Huawei Mate X2

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The Mate X2 It will go on sale in China on February 25, at a price of $ 2,780 for its 256GB version and $ 2,940 for a version with 512 gigabytes of storage.

It will be available in four colors: blue, pink, black and white. It is expected that it will soon be able to reach more markets. The Huawei Mate X2 It will be released without support for Google applications or services.

Although it was revealed that it will run on EMUI 11.0 based on Android 10, the company expects it to be one of the first phones to upgrade to HarmonyOS.

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