Chinese tech giant Huawei announced on Friday that its foldable flagship smartphone, the “Mate Xs 2,” will be unveiled at a launch conference on April 28.
Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei’s terminal business, said that the Mate Xs 2 is the fifth folding flagship phone to be released by Huawei, surpassing widespread market expectations.
Recently, a new Huawei 4G phone codenamed “PAL-AL00” has passed the audit of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. It is equipped with HarmonyOS and a Kirin 9000 4G chip. Previous leaks have indicated the model is called Huawei Mate X3, but now it seems more likely to be the Mate Xs 2.
Huawei officially released the Mate Xs foldable smartphone on February 24, 2020, which is equipped with a Kirin 990 5G chip, a 6.6-inch screen on the front and a 6.38-inch screen on the back. The whole screen’s size is capable of reaching 8 inches. In addition, the machine has a rear four-camera module and under-screen fingerprint identification.
In addition to the folding smartphone, Huawei is expected to release more products on April 28, including the Smart Screen V Pro, WATCH GT3 Pro, Band 7, a router and others.
According to tipsters, the new smart screen adopts a 65-inch LCD screen, supporting a refresh rate of 120Hz. It also has 6GB RAM and 64GB storage, and is equipped with 24MP super wide camera and Devialet speakers.
The Huawei WATCH GT3 Pro’s image and packaging box were exposed in early April. It uses a white dial, rose gold frame, blue pointer and leather strap. It is speculated that this watch is specially designed for female consumers. Huawei will also launch a titanium alloy version more popular among males, equipped with the firm’s HarmonyOS.