Huawei Mate X Folding Phone Features Falcons

Huawei Mate X Folding Fone Unleashed at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019

Huawei unveiled its Mate X folding fone with the bragging rights of being the world’s fastest. The all-new multi-form factor phone features an innovative, flexible OLED foldable FullView display. The bendy skills are due to the brand’s unique falcon wing mechanical hinge, whereas as the speed boast is down to the 5G modem chipset Balong 5000.

The 6.6-inch OLED dual display panel unfolds to become an 8-inch tablet that’s only 5.4mm thick. Images look to be clear and detailed. Moreover, we are told that the panel itself is safe, durable and features outstanding cooling performance.

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The screen real estate is handy for everything from editing a document to entertainment. For instance, you are able to drag images from your photo gallery to emails in split-screen mode.

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Huawei’s flagship smartphones have always come with powerful cameras, and the Huawei Mate X is no different. Inside the smartphone’s slim body is the latest Leica cameras, supporting the most advanced imaging features to date.

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The foldable design makes it possible for the camera system to play the role of both front and rear cameras. When folded, the Mate X shows a viewfinder on both sides, so even the subjects in the frame become part of the creative process.

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Moreover, the HUAWEI Mate X comes with an integrated Fingerprint Power Button that enables users to power up the device with one tap, offering a secure and convenient experience.

Need for speed

Equipped with the world’s first 7nm 5G multi-mode modem chipset, the Balong 5000 boasts 5G download speeds of 4.6Gps on the Sub-6GHz band (theoretical).

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Balong 5000 is also the world’s first chipset to support both SA and NSA architectures, meaning that you’ll not need a device upgrade to continue enjoying 5G connectivity. Moreover, the Mate X’s dual SIMs supports both 4G and 5G.

Keeping the lights on

With a large screen and powerful internals, the Mate X will need a large battery. Thankfully the new convertible features a new, purpose-designed 4,500mAh battery. Naturally, the Mate X combines the cell with AI smart power-saving technology. 55W Huawei SuperCharge tops the battery up quickly to minimise downtime for those who prefer a fast-paced lifestyle. In just 30 minutes, SuperCharge is able to charge the battery back to 85%.

Huawei Mate X price

This is where you have to sit down. All this 1st generation folding tech doesn’t come cheap. Expect to be paying 2,300 Euros to join the early adopters.