Trendy smartphones from 2019 will be foldable. Like this brand new Huawei Mate X, which opens to the book thanks to the opening mechanism called Falcon Wing: from closed Mate X has a 6.6-inch screen, from open turns into an 8-inch tablet often 5.4 mm. It is a 2-in-1 device, smartphone and tablet, which uses a high-strength flexible oled panel and a mechanical hinge.
It is powered by the new Balong 5000 multi-mode chip, built with a 7-nanometer process. Balong 5000 is the world’s first 5-nanometer 5-G modem with a 5G download speed of 4.6 Gps on the Sub-6 GHz band. It is also the first chipset in the world to support both SA and NSA architectures, which means that will not serve any future update of the device. The dual sim slot supports both 4G and 5G. The chip is the Kirin 980.
The 6.6-inch display is a solid FullView that does not dissipate heat. Once opened the screen is perfectly flat, while when closed, the two halves fit perfectly to the frame. You can switch from smartphone mode to tablet mode easily.
Huawei-Mate-X_03.jpgHuawei Mate X was designed for work and for entertainment enthusiasts. Changes to a document, reading, gaming are facilitated by the big screen. In addition, transferring images from the photo gallery to emails with a touch takes place very quickly thanks to the split-screen mode.
The triple photographic section is entrusted to Leica, which has created a hybrid system that combines the front and rear cameras so that they match the foldable design of the smartphone. The main camera has a 40 Mpixel sensor and is flanked by a 16 Mpixel sensor with a wide-angle lens and an 8-Mpixel one. When folded, the Mate X has a display on both displays, so that the subject of the shot can also participate in the composition of the frame.
The 4.500 mAh battery is designed specifically for Huawei Mate X. Combined with energy-saving AI technology, it meets the 5G’s energy demand. With the 55W Huawei SuperCharge, the battery recharges up to 85 percent in 30 minutes.
Mate X comes on at the touch of the fingerprint and is contained in a Blue Interstellar shell. Stellar also the price: Huawei Mate X will arrive in time for next Christmas at a price around 2,229 euros, more than the price of the announced Samsung Galaxy 10, coming in late spring.