Huawei worry It would show a foldable 5G phone at MWC this year, but the cat can be out of the bag before the phone event even starts. Someone took a picture of what is alleged that promotional material, which shows a possible first look on the next gene bending phone, and its obvious name: The Huawei Mate X.
Twitter user @ gimme2pm tweeted out an image that shows the alleged phone in three phases: fully exposed in a similar way to tablets, partly partially folded (redundant style) , and fully folded into smart size dimensions. Slashleaks followed the source of the image to a post on Hupu by the POKERTEA user.
#Huawei # MWC2019 # MWC19 huawei Mate X pic.twitter.com/cUV7POgF6rFebruary 22, 2019
We can not collect any technical of the poster, unfortunately, but we can see clear design elements. Like every folding phone we've only seen the Xiaomi concept, the Mate X bends half in the backbone. As precisely revealed Samsung Galaxy Foldi, The Huawei phone appears to bend flat, unlike to Royole Flexpai. But as the last, there is a Mate X screen on the outside, as a book cover.
There is something else in the picture in detail: a left ridge at one end that is not covered when folding into smartphone. It's hard to say, but it looks like there may be several cameras looking out of the edge. In other words, these lenses are not covered when the Mate X is smartphone, and backs the back when disclosing it into a tablet board.
Conceptive race to folding finish
Although it has been covered by scaffolding, the image of the poster poster reads "The fastest 5G Phone." The Samsung Galaxy Fold, the Samsung Galaxy Fold, is the most likely to be the latest or most recent Snapdragon 855 packaging package, so Huawei could go back by packing. The Mate X with his next Kirin skip.
The only thing we know is that the foldable phone will include a Balong 5000 Huawei modem, which will enable it to access 5G networks.
And, of course, the name. You may remember the last time that Huawei used the substitute "X" in it Huawei Mate 20 X, the more size version of the phone designed mainly for gaming and media viewing. It had a massive 7.2-inch display, and when considering the full-revealed Galaxy Fold, it has a 7.3 inch screen, we might see something similar with the Mate X.
One of which is Huawei's foldable handset knocking Samsung's marketing in another question, as Chief Executive Huawei, Richard Yu, is proud that the company would reveal & # 39; first world & # 39; foldable in MWC.
Given that the Galaxy Fold launches on April 26 in the United States and May 3 in Europe, Huawei may be racing to release it first – something that we may have to wait until MWC next week to find out.