Huawei has confirmed that it will launch its foldable smartphone Mate X in September this year. The Chinese company was about to launch its foldable phone earlier this month, that is, in June, but after news of Galaxy Fold’s screen breakdown, Huawei had postponed the launch of the MATE X.
About this, the company said that they wants to test well before launching its device so that it does not face the problems like the Samsung Galaxy Fold.
Vincent Pang, president of Western Europe of Huawei , told Tech Radar: “The company had been trying to improve the P-OLED screen given in the phone for the last few months so that it could be saved from the problem of Galaxy Fold. Huawei’s Mate is coming in September. ‘
The company has now tested the MATE X every way and it has got 3C certification in China too. It is compulsory for Smartphone companies in China to get this certificate before launching a new smartphone in the market. This certificate means that the device is completely safe for users.
It is expected that Huawei will present this foldable smartphone with a new power adapter of 65 watts output. Talk about the specification of the phone, its display will be 8-inch when unformed. At the same time, the phone’s display becomes 6.6 inch. HiSilicon Kirin 980 processor has been given with 8 GB RAM in the Huawei Mate X. The phone works on Android 9 pie.