On April 28, Huawei will hold a new product launch conference and take wraps off the new folding screen smartphone dubbed the Huawei Mate Xs 2. Today, the manufacturer released some promo posters, showing some design elements of the forthcoming handset. As you understand, the release date is getting closer and this is quite logical that the company will intensify disclosing the key feature of the handset.
From the posters, we can see that the Huawei Mate Xs s will use innovative ultra-light material for a lightweight body. Plus, the phone will come with a dual-rotor eagle wing hinge. Due to it, the phone’s screen will be much flatter after unfolding.
The third improvement of the upcoming Huawei Mate Xs 2 is that it will have a reinforced structure screen. As various sources said, the Huawei Mate Xs will use a composite laminate structure to add a layer to the screen. That’s why there is every reason to think that it will be the flattest foldable phone.
When it comes to hardware and main selling points, we have to say that the Huawei Mate Xs 2 will sport a hole-punch display with very narrow bezels. Moreover, under the hood, likely, the handset will host an in-house-made Kirin 9000 processor. Unfortunately, it will support only 4G connectivity. The phone will run the latest version of its own HarmonyOS system, and there will also be a 4500mAh battery that supports 66W fast-charging.
Well, from the official posters, we learned that the Huawei Mate Xs 2 will come with a horizontal foldable hinge adopting an outward folding design. Plus, it will come with a larger screen for better performance. Prior to this, Huawei’s CEO Richard Yu said that the upcoming Mate Xs 2 will be beyond everyone’s imagination of folding phones. In this regard, we also have to recall Ross Young’s words who said that the Mate Xs 2 would come with major changes in display quality with LYPS display, 120 Hz, and will be priced at 2500 USD.
Mate Xs 2 should have an upgraded display vs. the Xs, at 120Hz. But still LTPS rather than LTPO. Price may be around $2500…
— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) April 22, 2022