Huawei just dropped its latest foldable smartphone in China. The Huawei Mate X2 boasts an inward folding design and has a pretty noticeable camera bump, courtesy of its Periscope lens. However unlike its predecessor, the Mate X2 has a second screen on the outside that you can use when it is shut, and the screen now folds inwards instead of the other way around.
The device’s OLED screen is 8 inches tall and supports up to 90Hz refresh rate, while the external screen is 6.45 inches and also supports up to 90Hz refresh rate. However the interiors display supports a touch sampling rate of only 180Hz compared to its external counterpart that has a touch sampling rate of 240Hz.