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Mate X, Huawei’s first foldable smartphone to Start next month

Last updated on September 8, 2019

Richard Yu, Huawei’s customer company CEO, recently told journalists in an IFA 2019 round-table the organization’s first folding smartphone using a flexible display’ Mate X’ may launch as early as a month.

The smartphone has been initially set to start in June this year, but the purchase has been postponed to make sure its lasting design following the Samsung Galaxy Fold fiasco.

Richard also stated that Huawei is practically prepared to generate a variant of their telephone powered by the recently announced Kirin 990 chip, XDA Developers reported.

After extensive evaluations, Huawei Mate X has passed 3C certificate and network access permit.

Huawei Mate X, when unfolded, steps 8 inches while Samsung Galaxy Fold’s screen is 7.3 inch. Once folded, the filters are 6.6 inches and 4.6 inches, respectively.

It includes 8 GB RAM.

On the other hand, South Korean technology giant Samsung has established its own much-awaited foldable smartphone ‘Galaxy Twist ‘ — in South.

The device was originally slated for a late September launch, but the organization appears to have opted to bring forward, together with South Korea obtaining the brand new folding telephone first.