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Huawei’s new Huawei Mate Xs 2 is in stores and it’s ticking all the right boxes.
The very light and durable foldable phone has landed in the country, promising to woo users with its immersive large screen display and interactive interface.
Dubbed the first innovation in the foldable phone product segment, this Mate Xs 2 promises to help users reimagine the future form of smartphones.
Huawei’s latest offering offers an ultra-thin body weighing at 255g with a width of 5.4mm.
The Mate Xs 3D fiberglass design allows a scintillating fusion of aesthetics and colors.
The Huawei Mate Xs 2 is designed to survive a fall, with a steel lining and a shock barrier to improve phones resistance on impact.
According to Huawei, based on freefall drop tests and compared with the previous generation Huawei Mate Xs, actual drop resistance may vary depending on the angle of impact, height and ground conditions.
Moral of this story, don’t drop it.
It comes with a 50 MP True-Chroma Camera, 13 MP Ultra-Wide Angle Camera to broaden view, a 8 MP Telephoto Camera and a 10.7MP front camera.
A graphene liquid cooling system and heat dissipation technology allow the phone to operate at peak performance while remaining cool at all times.
A smooth unfolding experience allow users to have quality display at a larger scale for those intimate viewing moments, meetings and long emails.
The large screen supports video calls with up to 12 participants with voice pickup within 3 meters of hands free calling.
Ultra-thin high dual stereo speakers allow quality sound and an interactive audio experience.
The Mate Xs2 has multitasking capability. Think more space on screen for those open tabs.
A refresh rate of 120Hz the Mate Xs2 has quick response and breaks through theoretical smartphone limitations with latest technology, allowing users to experience a practical and convenient fold.
The Mate Xs2 comes with mirror shooting mode which previews the photo on the secondary display, so you’ll always have the perfect angle.
You can buy the phone from the Huawei online store and expect to fork out around R 25 000.
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