Huawei already had a foldable smartphone last year – the Mate X, which was pretty impressive.

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Even though you may not be able to get one for yourself now, Huawei has announced a successor to it – the Mate Xs.

It may not be a complete overhaul but a refined version of Huawei Mate X.

To start with, it features the powerful Kirin 990 5G SoC coupled with 8 Gigs of RAM. Keeping aside the 512 GB of storage onboard, the new foldable phone sports a completely new hinge mechanic when compared to its predecessor.

Being a foldable phone with a 6.6-inch main OLED screen, combined with the secondary screen you will get an 8-inch tablet when unfolded.

So, you can comfortably use it as you like. It features a 40 MP primary rear camera, 16 MP ultra-wide sensor and an 8 MP telephoto lens. You will also be able to get an impressive 30x hybrid zoom.

You can expect it to be powered by a 4500 mAh battery along with a 55W fast-charging support.

Not just limited to that, the cooling system has also improved and the new hinge system should be potentially more robust than the original Mate X.

In addition to the Mate Xs, they’ve also announced a Huawei AppGallery, HUAWEI MatePad Pro 5G, new MateBook laptops, and few more devices (network equipment). You can get the device for €2,499 starting next month.

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6.6"
  • 2480x1148
  • P-OLED
  • 414 PPI
40 MP
  • f/1.8 Aperture
4500 mAh
  • Non-Removable
  • No Wireless Charg.
8GB RAM
  • Huawei HiSilicon KIRIN 990 5G
  • Nano Memory
Price
~$ - Amazon
Weight
300 g
Launched in
2020-02-24
Storage (GB)
  • 512
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