The Huawei Mate Xs 2 Foldable Phone Launches Globally – Check Out the Specs

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Those who are in love with foldable phones have a new reason to be excited. Huawei’s new Mate Xs 2 gadget that was launched in China just a few weeks ago is now heading for the European market. The phone has finally launched globally, according to gizmochina.com.

The display of the Huawei Mate Xs 2 model is pretty mind-boggling. There is a True-Chroma foldable display that can showcase over 1 billion colors. There’s an ultra-high resolution of 2480×2200, a refresh rate of 120Hz, and a touch sampling rate of 240Hz. The display also features an anti-reflection system and more. When folded, it measures 6.5 inches, but it will stretch all the way to 7.8 inches when you unfold it.

The Snapdragon 888 chipset is also present

If you’re a fan of the Snapdragon 888 4G SoC, you are probably delighted to find out that it’s also mounted on Huawei’s new foldable phone. There’s also an Adreno 660 GPU there, along with eight gigs of RAM. That means some pretty impressive hardware power to handle some high-end gaming. Last but not least, you should also keep in mind that the foldable phone packs 512GB of storage.

That sure is more than enough memory for a phone. But even so, some people might want even more! Huawei seems to have thought about this aspect as well, considering that it has also implemented the possibility of expanding that storage space through a memory card of up to 256GB.

Battery life is also an important part of phones nowadays, and Huawei’s new device is not doing bad in this area at all. The Mate Xs 2 is also equipped with a 4600mAh battery and fast charging support of 66W.

The price tag of Huawei’s new phone is 2000 euros for the European market, and you can get the chance to buy it starting in June 2022.

Cristian Antonescu
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