Huawei has released its latest Huawei foldable smartphone called the Huawei Mate X2. It is also known as the most expensive device that costs $2,785.
It has a complete 180-degree turnaround in the industrial design, which is the most significant change. It had a display facing outwards to a book-style inward facing screen similar to galaxy fold style.
It protects the display from the dust particles in pockets and keys in purses with its inherent study design.
Secondly, the book design lets the unfolded display be as flat as possible. More than the screen faces outwards. There are three reasons for the survivability of the found in real-world usage, as you have noticed.
The design of Huawei has some interesting particularities, like the phone is wedge-shaped, and one side is thicker as compared to the other (4.4-8.2mm). This characteristic helps with internal management, which is usually tricky on folding phones.
After the revision of the original galaxy fold in the galaxy Z4, there is a niche market for these devices are many people who wanted a larger screen. If the technology ever comes to consumers, the Foldables will start receiving competition like the LG rollable phone display among other new candidates.
Many people do not pay a high amount price to increase the display real estate. The potential audience is dropping for such a device. It is safe to say that Huawei’s goal with the Mate X2 is to show technology leadership. From that point of view, it is a success.
The Mate X2 seems like the best contender in that space, and when we review the phone, we will see hows the actual user experience is like.