Huawei Mate X2 spotted on Chinese certification site TENAA

The upcoming Huawei Mate X2 and Huawei CDL-AN50 devices a few hours ago were spotted on TENAA; the launch now seems imminent.

Huawei Mate X2 and a mysterious phone with model number CDL-AN50 have appeared on the Chinese certification site TENAA, which leads us to think that their launch is imminent.

Huawei Mate X2 on TENAA

For those who love Huawei- branded devices, there is some very interesting news, given that the expected foldable Mate X – with the model number TET-AN00 / TET-AN10 – and a mysterious device called CDL-AN50 appeared on TEENA. Coming to the details, unfortunately, we have to tell you that the specifications of the Mate X2 have not yet been entered, while those of the device without a name speak of the size of the display, the battery capacity, and the 5G support. Huawei’s Mate X2, on the other hand, is expected to be the company’s best foldable smartphone, surpassing its predecessor, the Mate X in many respects.

Huawei Mate X2 spotted on Chinese certification site TENAA

However, a few days ago the fold was spotted on the 3C certification body, showing that it has support for 66 W fast charging, while other rumors speak of a rectangular camera module consisting of four sensors, two of which are from 40 MP and 3x optical zoom.

But that’s not all, as other rumors say that the future foldable Asian companies will count on an OLED display of 8.3 inches with a refresh rate of 120Hz, while under the hood should hide the processor Kirin 9000. Also, apparently, the phone should count on 5G connectivity, run on Android 10 (based on EMUI 11), enjoy the side fingerprint sensor and a high-resolution selfie camera.

As for the mysterious Huawei CDL-AN50, TENAA reveals that the device will be a mobile 5G co n a screen 6.5 inches, and a battery 3900 mAh; for the dimensions, the figures are 162.31 × 75.0 × 8.58 mm, while the support for fast charging would be 40 W.

Source: 91mobiles

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