Hot on the heels of Galaxy Fold, Huawei has revealed its own folding phone with 5G connection: Mate X. The product is so good that it makes Samsung's Galaxy Fold look as a first-generation product.
Mate X has an 8-inch folding screen with a thickness of 1
Huawei has been working on Mate X's hinges for over three years and calls it Falcon Wing design. It consists of more than 100 components.
Once folded, the Mate X has a primary 6.6-inch display, with a 6.4-inch rear display. The rear screen is used as a searcher to click on selfies using the primary camera. When unfolded, the device has an 8-inch display with a resolution of 2480 x 2200.
Like other recent Huawei devices, the Mate X is powered by a 7nm Kirin 980 chipset. For 5G connectivity, Huawei has its own Balong 5000 5G modem that also offers dual-SIM connectivity. There is a solid 4500mAh battery inside the unit. What's even more impressive is that Mate X comes with a new version of Huawei's SuperCharge technology that can charge the device to 85 percent in just 30 minutes.
Huawei Mate X launches in the 2nd quarter of this year for € 2,299. It will contain 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage. It's about $ 2,500, which makes it a little more expensive than Galaxy Fold. But then Mate X looks like a much better product than Galaxy Fold.
However, Apple is committed to working with the AirPower and its 2019 iPhone series, which will have virtually the same design and come with a triple camera setup inspired by Huawei's Mate 20 Pro.
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