Huawei has launched its new foldable smartphone, the Huawei Mate X 5G foldable smartphone. The new foldable phone is sure a rival to Samsung Galaxy Fold and it folds without any gap. The new smartphone would have been launched at Mobile World Congress but it was canceled due to fear of Coronavirus.
The company is really putting more effort into its folding phones, they are not making any new kind of foldable device but rather bringing out a reduplication of their 2019 Mate X. The dimensions of the Mate Xs are the same as Mate X but with some extra alteration. The new foldable device is 8 inches when folded and 6.6 inches when unfolded. It has four cameras rather than three cameras and also has a more vigorous screen and hinge. Just like the Mate X, it will be a 5G device.
The price of the Mate X will be $2700, just an increase in the Mate X which costs $2600 when it was launched. The CEO of Huawei announced on Monday that the Mate X will be on sale worldwide in March but didn’t specify the date. It hasn’t be said if the phone will be available in the United States but it’s likely to be.
The Mate Xs will be the fourth flagship Huawei phone including the Mate X with no access to Google Service. After Huawei was placed on a US trade blacklist in May 2019, it lost access to Google Services since then.
Huawei phones of recent now run on an open-source version of Google’s Android OS rather than the full licensed version the Company uses to have access to before the blacklisting.
Huawei Mate X Specifications
The new Huawei Mate X Specifications include:
- A primary display of 8 inch
- Height: 161.3mm
- Depth: 11mm
- Width 78.1mm
- Memory: 8 GB RAM + 512 GB ROM
- NM card: It supports up to 256 GB
- Weight: Approx. 300g with the Battery.
- Processor HiSilicon Kirin 990, front camera, the rear camera of 40 + 16+ 8 + ToF megapixel, 512GB Storage, battery capacity of 4500mAh, Android 10, and resolution of 2200 x 2480 pixels.