A video posted on YouTube briefly shows how the Huawei Mate X2 connects to a Huawei Matebook laptop.
The video shows the user touching the Mate X2 with the laptop using NFC. Once connected, the phone screen is instantly projected onto the PC screen. While this isn’t a new feature, what’s interesting is how the multiscreen collaboration feature handles the secondary internal display.
When unfolded, the screen mirrored view is quickly extended to mirror the foldable phone’s larger screen. The transition from external screen to internal screen is very fast, and with low latency.
The Huawei Mate X2 is the successor to Chinese OEMs Huawei Mate X and Mate XS. This new foldable features an inward folding similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2. Huawei has boasted of the smaller screen space when folded compared to Samsung’s.
Huawei mate x2
The Mate X2 has a general wedge shape when opened and it’s the first foldable to carry a periscope zoom camera. It has two selfie cameras on the external display and a quad camera setup on the back. Unfortunately, you cannot use the internal screen for video calls because there is no camera here.