Recent reports have revealed that the upcoming Huawei Mate X2 foldable phone is codenamed as “Teton.” In September, its TET-AN00 model number was spotted at the database of China’s TENAA authority. Today, the TET-AN00 model number along with its network variant with model number TET-AN10 received approval from the 3C authority of China. The 3C certification is a good hint that the arrival of the Mate X2 may not be far away.
The 3C certification of the Huawei TET-AN00 / AN10 smartphone reveals that it supports 5G connectivity and it may ship with a 66W charger. It is the same charger that is available with the Mate 40 series of flagship phones. No other information on the specs of the Mate X2 can be found in its 3C listing.
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At the end of September, the Wi-Fi Alliance authority certified one of the global editions of the Mate X2 that has a TET-NX9 model number. The Wi-Fi certification revealed that the device supports Wi-Fi 6 and it is loaded with EMU 11.
Speculations surrounding the Mate X2 have revealed that it will be sporting an inward folding design like the Galaxy Z Fold 2. In other words, it won’t be equipped with an outward folding design like the predecessor Mate X
The Mate X2 is expected to feature an 8-inch foldable screen that will offer a resolution of 2248 x 2220 pixels. It is likely to draw power from the Kirin 9000 5G chipset. There is no word on the launch date of the device. Hopefully, the rumor mill will spill some information on the Mate X2 in the coming days.
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