Huawei Mate X2, the company can work on several products including the next generation of the Mate X foldable device. The Mate X2 is expected to have an inward-folding mechanism from both Samsung and BOE unlike its predecessor and sports screens.
Evan Blass, a trusted mentor, has leaked a host of software names for upcoming products including the Mate X2 foldable device. According to him, her name would be Teton. Although he did not include further details, DSCC’s Ross Young has commented below in more detail on the upcoming Foldable Huawei Mate X2.
He said that the Mate X2 will have an internal fold like the recently launched Galaxy Z fold. This is not surprising since the pre-patent design highlighted the initial look of what the Mate X2 might look like when it turns inside.
The patent filed with EUIPO showed the same form factor as the old Mate X and had a vertical sidebar with a secondary screen. It also features a fold-in screen with a tucked-in design under the vertical cap on the side.
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Moving to the Mate X2, Ross also mentioned that the Mate X2 screen will be sorted from both the Samsung screen and the Chinese BOE. This is a major achievement for the Bank of England as the company is gaining the confidence of Chinese companies compared to where it was previously.
It recently received orders for OLED displays on the cell for its upcoming Mate 40 series. Although we don’t really know how many orders the Mate X has received, it is one step closer to success for the company.
UTG CPI Instead: Will It Be Paid?
On return, Ross also indicated that the display panel will use CPI (colorless polyimide) instead of UTG (ultra-thin glass) which is a pity if true. We already know that the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 uses an extremely thin glass which is more durable than the plastic cover, which is prone to scratches and easy denting.
However, details such as the number of orders for BOE and Samsung and the device specifications remain vague. Despite the quality, the Mate X2 will be Samsung’s first foldable device, and interestingly to say the least.
Additionally, Blass has also revealed code names for devices such as Nova, Y9a, FreeBuds Pro, and Watch Fit, which are likely to be the next Huawei smartwatches. Wait for more information on developing these products.