Huawei Mate X

Huawei Mate X2: Kirin 9000, 50 Mpx sensor … the technical sheet surfaced

The technical sheet of the Huawei Mate X2 has just appeared on the net. Unsurprisingly, Huawei will integrate its most powerful SoC, and the photo part will benefit from the manufacturer’s expertise with a 50 Mpx main sensor. However, the battery, of only 4400 mAh, seems a little tight for this smartphone with a foldable screen – which has an XXL OLED panel.

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It is easily forgotten between the trade war and the sanctions of the Trump era, but Huawei is preparing to launch a salvo of new smartphones. Among these, there will be the (delayed) release of a Huawei Mate X2, the manufacturer’s new foldable smartphone. The smartphone has appeared on several occasions in recent days on the net. First in TENAA certification documents, which confirms de facto his arrival.

It is known that the smartphone will carry the model numbers TET-AN010 or TET-AN10 depending on the models. But this morning new precise information is surfacing thanks to the very informed Chinese leaker Digital Chat Session. The tipster takes the opportunity to share the precise technical sheet of the smartphone. We learn that the Mate X2 has dimensions 161.8 x 145.8 x 8.2 mm once unfolded and it weighs 295 grams. Huawei reportedly ditched folding the screen outward, presumably for durability reasons.

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The technical sheet of the Huawei Mate X2 is finally revealed!

Smartphones that fold the screen outwards expose the very fragile screen to all kinds of dangers that can cause permanent damage. Once unfolded, this main slab will be 8.01 ″ diagonal and will offer a definition of 2270 x 1160 pixels. It will necessarily be accompanied by a 6.45 ″ smaller screen (2270 x 1160 pixels) which will allow you to use the smartphone when folded up. On the system side photo sensors, we have at the front a 16 MP, and at the back, a quadruple sensor 50 + 16 + 12+ 8 Mpx including a hybrid telephoto lens allowing 10x zoom.

We rather trust Huawei to lick the photo part. Finally the latest information concerns performance. The smartphone will carry the latest Kirin 9000 chip, which is no surprise. It is the same chip engraved in 5 nm that we find in the Huawei Mate 40 Pro for example. It is 5G compatible and promises performance equivalent to the most powerful competing SoCs on the market such as the Snapdragon 888. The unit will run under a version of Android 10 (no HarmonyOS for the moment).

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However, it is not said that autonomy is its strong point: according to the leak, we would have a battery of only 4400 mAh, which is sufficient for conventional smartphones, but we have doubts for a device that has two large screens.

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