Huawei may be having a tough time procuring chipsets for its smartphones but the tech giant has continued to maintain its product cycle. The Mate 40 series was launched not too long and after that, we expect the Mate X2 foldable phone to make its entrance soon.
A Huawei model believed to be the Mate X2 has been spotted on the website of China’s tlecom regulatory body TENAA. The device carries the model number TET-AN00/TET-AN10. The listing comes just on the heels of the Mate X2’s listing on the website of China’s 3C.
Although both listings did little to reveal the Mate X2’s specs, the listings are indicators that the company may soon launch the device. We still don’t know the processor the tech will utilise on the foldable device but the device is expected to pack the flagship Kirin 9000 SoC. It may also retain the 8-inch screen size. However, there are expectations that Huawei will shift to an in-folding design as against out-folding one used on the Mate X. The secondary screen will be a 4.5-inch display, going by a recent patent filing. The foldable device is also expected to support 66W fast charging.
Apart from the Mate X2, a second Huawei model was also spotted on TENAA (via). The model bears the number CDL-AN50 and is expected to be a 5G phone. TENAA lists some of the specs to include a 6.5-inch display as well as a 3,900 mAh battery. The phone will have a dimension of 162.3 x 75.0 x 8.6 mm. The device has also passed through 3C where it was shown to pack a 40W charger.
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