Rumored to have it, the Mate X2 features an inward folding display that opens and closes like a book, expanding into an 8-inch screen when It is deployed. It
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Huawei's signature chipset, the Kirin 9000 5G, (surprisingly) appears in its latest flagship among strengthened US sanctions . The round of sanctions, lifted by the Trump administration last March, targeted Global supply of chips from Huawei , ultimately leaving Chinese telecoms with an iLimited inventory of their self-designed chipset. Last year's Mate 40 series would have been the last of the flagship phones on which to run the Kirin line of processors, which are manufactured by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co using the advanced 5 nanometer process.
It's unclear if the Mate X2 is slated for an international launch, but in China there will be two variants: a 256GB model and a 512GB model, which costs 17,999 yuan ( converted to $ 2,780, £ 1,980, AU $ 3,525) and 18,999 yuan (or approximately $ 2,970, £ 2,090, AU $ 3,725) respectively.
Display: 6.45 inch OLED, 2700 x 1160pixels (closed), 8-inch OLED, 2480 x 2200 pixels (open)
Rear camera: 50 megapixels (main sensor), telephoto periscope, ultra-wide lens, telephoto
Front: Ultra-wide camera
Refresh rate: 90 Hz
Aspect ratio: 8: 7: 1
Colors: Blue, pink, white, black
Special features: Dual SIM card, two speakers, 10x optical zoom, foldable screen