Folding Huawei Mate X2 passed Wi-Fi certification

Folding Huawei Mate X2 passed Wi-Fi certification
Huawei is expected to unveil the Huawei Mate 40 series of flagship smartphones in October. It is unclear whether the Chinese manufacturer will introduce the Huawei Mate X2 bendable smartphone. There is some data indicating that Mate X2 may also be announced in the near future.

Recently, a Huawei device with the code name Teton appeared in the database of the Chinese regulatory body TENAA — it is believed that Mate X2 is hidden under it. Now the same device, already under the name TEX-NX9, has received vital approval from the Wi-Fi Alliance, which once again indicates an imminent launch. The screenshot of the Wi-Fi Mate X2 certification shows that the device supports Wi-Fi 6 and runs Android 10.

The source who shared the information claims that the heart of Huawei Mate X2 is the flagship Kirin 9000 single-chip system, there is a HiSilicon Hi1105 chip for Wi-Fi 6. In August, it was reported that production of the Mate X2 display will begin this month. It is expected that the phone will get a folding design similar to the Galaxy Z Fold 2, that is, it will fold inwards, not outwards, as it was in the Mate X.
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