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Huawei’s Foldable Mate X Coming This September

Huawei’s President for Western Europe, Vincent Pang, recently stated in an interview with TechRadar that the foldable Huawei Mate X is coming this September or possibly sooner.

When asked which countries would get the Huawei’s Mate X first, his response was, “Any country that has 5G”, since their foldable Mate X is a 5G smartphone.

The advanced dual sim provides extensive access to 2G/3G/4G/5G frequency bands around the globe. Leading the 5G evolution, Huawei Mate X also supports the Standalone 5G network which will be the mainstream solution in the future. This forward-looking technology focuses on unmatched connectivity anytime and anywhere.

Huawei’s Foldable Mate X Coming This September 2

Surprisingly, the delay with the launch of the 5G smartphone is due to the fact that the company is still running last minute checks on 5G networks and not due to US politics. It is also reported that this new foldable smartphone will come with Android Pie and their custom EMUI UI.

The 8-inch screen of Mate X smartphone will come as a delight to all those who game on their smartphones, since it has an 8GB RAM, with a screen resolution that goes up to 1148 X 2480 pixels (414 PPI). Also, the Huawei Mate X will come powered by HiSilicon Kirin 980 and Mali-G76 MP10 on graphics.

When asked how Huawei intends to ensure the Mate X’s plastic OLED screen durability, Pang replied, “That’s a secret. But we have done a lot of tests, especially for that”. According to reports, Huawei’s Mate X comes in collaboration with Leica for its 40MP+16MP+8MP triple primary cameras. It will also have a phase detection autofocus and will support image resolutions of up to 7535 X 5305 pixels.  With a battery of 4500 mAh that supports Super Charging, the Mate x surely looks like a beast.

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I Kelley is a tech enthusiast, a programmer, and a football player. She deeply believes that technology has now the capability to shape the future of people if used in the right direction.

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