In spite of prior gossipy tidbits about Huawei perhaps turning off its purchaser business, the organization is as yet pushing ahead with another flagship phone — a foldable one, even — later this month. As per Huawei’s official Weibo account, the Chinese brand’s next foldable phone is essentially called the Mate X2, and it’ll be disclosed on February 22nd.
Strangely, the teaser picture recommends that the adaptable display will fold inwards this time, instead of how the Mate Xs and Mate X had outward-confronting foldable screens. Taking into account that Huawei once shot down prototype designs like Samsung’s Galaxy Fold (and its successor), it’s fascinating to see the organization doing a literal 180 for its upcoming foldable.
To the extent official data goes, that is all we have until further notice. Huawei Consumer Business Group CEO Richard Yu added that he’s been utilizing a Mate X2 “for some time,” and that it’s “full of surprises.”
The man sure prefers to tease, however everyone does think about the number of units will his team have the option to ship (not that Huawei ever shared such figures for its foldable), given the serious deficiency of Huawei’s own flagship mobile processors.
All the more importantly, however, is whether Huawei will have enough units to sell outside of China this time.