Chinese tech giant Huawei has launched Mate X2, the company’s latest foldable phone, as the successor to the Mate X that was launched in 2019.
The base model is priced at 17,999 Yuan while the 512GB/8GB RAM version is 18,999 Yuan.
It will go on sale in China on February 25 and will come with a Huawei SuperCharge charger, a Type-C data cable, a pair of Type-C earphones, and a leather protective case included inside the box, reports GizmoChina.
The Mate X2 sports a vivid 8-inch internal display with a resolution of 2480 x 2200 whereas the display outside measures 6.45-inches with a 2700 x 1160 resolution.
Both the OLED displays come with a 90Hz refresh rate and are slightly bigger than the displays on the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2.
The phone is powered by a top-of-the-line Kirin 9000 chipset, gets 8GB of RAM and runs on EMUI 11.0 based on Android 10.
The smartphone features a quad-camera setup with a 50MP wide-angle lens, a 16MP sensor, a 12MP telephoto lens and an 8MP “SuperZoom” camera with 10x optical zoom.
There is a 16MP camera on the outside.
The device has 4500mAh battery capacity with support for 55W fast wired charging.
The Mate X2 has a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, stereo speakers, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, dual-frequency GPS, an infrared sensor, and a USB 3.1 GEN1 Type-C port.