Huawei has a new foldable phone, and it’s very different from its predecessors.
The Huawei Mate X2, launched on Monday at an event in China, is Huawei’s third foldable phone, after the Mate X and Mate Xs. Unlike those phones, the Mate X2 folds inwards, like a book (or Samsung’s Galaxy Fold).
The Mate X2 has a flexible inner display that measures 8 inches diagonally, and an outer, 6.45-inch display. Both displays are OLEDs, both have a refresh rate of 90Hz, and both have a very high resolution: 2,480×2,200 pixels for the inner display, and 2,700×1,600 pixels for the outer one.
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