Huawei seems not to stop during its commercial conflict with the United States and continues to work on devices for new markets. We had already heard about its possible 8K 5G TV to present this end of the year, and the plans that the Chinese company has for its future Mate 30 Pro. Now, and thanks to a patent, we can know the second design that Huawei proposes for the Mate X, his folding phone presented during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
In this Huawei Mate X2, according to the publication Let’s Go Digital, we see patented equipment on June 18, 2019, and that has an enormous resemblance to the mechanism of lateral components of the original Mate X. However, it uses the same concept of screens like the Galaxy Fold, Samsung’s folding smartphone that has a small screen on the outside and displays the entire interior panel when opening the hinge.
In this case, Huawei seems to reverse the first concept of Mate X with the exposed screen and bet on this new patent covering the largest panel. The lateral module that integrates the cameras, the hooking system to the screen, the integrated load in both batteries and the proximity sensors are maintained. However, the corners are better outlined and the outer screen gains in size in front of the Galaxy Fold panel.
So far, Huawei has not established a specific date for the sale of Mate X, despite having spent 4 months of its presentation at the last MWC in Barcelona. In addition, due to the commercial veto imposed by the United States last May, there is no certainty about the operating system that integrates this new folding phone.
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