Huawei officially announced that it will hold a new generation of folding flagship conference on February 22, which will bring the latest Huawei Mate X2 folding screen mobile phone.
According to the posters announced by Huawei during its official announcement, Huawei Mate X2 will adopt a new inward folding scheme, which can effectively improve the durability of the folding screen and bring higher usability.
Now, Huawei has announced the latest warm-up poster, which not only hints at the inward folding scheme but also the Leica small red mark on the left side is also very eye-catching, which also shows that Huawei Mate X2 will continue to work with Leica to provide excellent imaging results. According to previous news, the imaging system is one of the key upgrade projects of Huawei Mate X2.
Some time ago, it was revealed that Huawei Mate X2 will be equipped with a four-camera combination of 50 Megapixels + 16 Megapixels + 12 Megapixels + 8 Megapixels, which also includes a periscope telephoto lens, supports 10x hybrid optical zoom, and an overall camera The configuration is in line with the flagships of the P series and Mate series.
In addition to the imaging system, Huawei Mate X2 will also have top performance output this time. Its core will be equipped with Huawei’s top self-developed chip Kirin 9000. This chip not only uses the most advanced 5nm process but also complements the previous GPU shortcomings. , And also has 5G communication capabilities beyond Qualcomm.
It is worth mentioning that due to the larger body of the folding screen model, more internal space, and better heat dissipation effect, the Mate X2 can theoretically exert the extreme performance of the Kirin 9000, and the final performance is expected to be the Snapdragon 888 Far behind.
In addition, the Huawei Mate X2’s screen, in addition to the internal folding solution, also brings a true full-screen effect with four sides of equal width and no openings. The proactive camera is placed on the external secondary screen and adopts a pill-style digging design. , This will also effectively reduce the frequency of users turning over their phones and further improve screen durability.