The market for foldable products will continue to grow and Huawei will not lag behind its competitors. The Chinese company took advantage of the end of this week to reveal the date of the official launch of the new Huawei Mate Xs 2, and the Internet has already speculated on what we can expect from this new smartphone.
According to an event poster distributed through the Chinese Weibo social network, the Huawei Mate Xs 2 will be unveiled on April 28th. The campaign poster, which barely reveals the features of the device, only reveals that this day will be chosen for the next demo of Huawei products and that it will actually come with a foldable smartphone.
What is known about Huawei Mate Xs 2?
As mentioned, Huawei still has information about the new high-end folding. The technical and design features are still uncertain, although some privileged sources risk some of the more likely details. The first goes through the hinges, which is obviously much more durable and safer.
On the other hand, according to the information provided MyFixGuide, The Huawei Mate Xs 2 could match the new China-certified Huawei 4G smartphone. Equipped with a Kirin 9000 processor from HiSilicon (a subsidiary of Huawei), this model features the HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system, and these features meet expectations for the Huawei Mate Xs 2.
Everything else is still a smartphone mystery. Two years after the debut of the original Huawei Mate Xs, it will be interesting to see how the brand invests in the new generation, after the release of the Mate X2 in 2021, a terminal that is much closer to the level of the foldable market.
In terms of availability, it’s also interesting to understand the scope of this new Huawei offer. Due to the limited supply of smartphones in the West, the Huawei Mate Xs 2 may even be limited to the Chinese market, where the brand presence is still notorious. However, the entry of another foldable product into the Western market to compete in the market currently controlled by Samsung is not ruled out.
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