Huawei’s Mate X2 is a new generation foldable from the company that turns the older Mate X on its head – or rather, inside out.
Whereas the Mate X (and revised Xs version) had the foldable display on the outside, the Mate X2 folds its 8-inch, 2,480 x 2,200 pixel display (413ppi, 8:7.1 aspect ratio) inwards (like Samsung’s Galaxy Fold series) but also has a full-size 6.45-inch OLED 21:9 display plus dual cut-out cameras on the ‘front’ of the phone when it is folded.
That means it can act more like a standard smartphone when closed up than other foldables we’ve previously seen that compromise on their front displays.
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