Huawei Mate Xs foldable phone with 65W fast charge to arrive on February 24th
The production of foldable phones is picking momentum. However, many "major" smartphone makers are still weighing their options in this market. Samsung already has the Galaxy Fold and most recently, Galaxy Z Flip. Huawei has the Mate X and in a few days, it will add the Mate Xs to its foldable phone lineup. According to a recent report, Huawei will release its second foldable phone, Huawei Mate Xs on February 24th. This smartphone will arrive on Huawei's terminal products and strategic online launch conference.
Due to the recent Coronavirus epidemic ravaging China and other parts of the world, many manufacturers are now opting for online launch conferences. Huawei's online launch conference will also see products like PCs, tablets, and IoT, etc.
Huawei Mate Xs is coming
Huawei Mate Xs will make use of the Samsung screen with a much more durable hinge mechanism. Under the hood, it will run on Kirin 990 5G chipset. As of now, there is no information on the memory configuration of the product. For those who're unaware, this SoC is manufactured using the 7nm fabrication process. It comes with the integration of a 5G model making it capable of 5G connectivity. Aside from this, Huawei's CEO Yu Chengdong previously revealed that the upcoming Mate Xs will feature better hinge design, processor and a better folding display.
Previously, Hua Huagang revealed that Huawei is developing the Mate Xs and it will use the Kirin 990 5G processor. This smartphone should hit the shelves in March this year. On October 23 last year, Huawei released its first foldable phone, Huawei MateX for 16999 yuan.
Since the MWC 2020 event is no longer holding, this smartphone will now launch online. Presently, there is no speculation on the price of this device. However, there are reports that it supports 65W fast charging. What do you think of this new foldable phone from Huawei?
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