We know that the situation is not very good for Huawei and Samsung for their folding smartphones. In the case of South Korea and its Galaxy Fold, the problem is because of the display, which presented problems in the first units that reached the public. However, on the Chinese side, we see that if the situation is a little different since she preferred to delay the ad in order to improve it.
When Mate X was announced during the Mobile World Congress 2019, no specific date had been announced. Then we saw that its release had been suspended indefinitely to be able to do more internal tests with the device. But now we see the president of the Western European region of Huawei, Vincent Pang, say that its arrival in the market will happen in September.
“It’s coming in September – at the latest. Probably earlier, but definitely the month of September is guaranteed,” Pang said.
Technical specifications – Huawei Mate X
- Primary 6.6-inch and 6.38-inch secondary display with 8-inch total
- HiSilicon Kirin 980 eight-core chipset
- 8 GB of RAM
- 512 GB of internal storage space
- Three 40MP cameras + 16 MP (ultra-wide) + 8 MP (telephoto)
- A ToF sensor, for depth effect
- 4,500 mAh Dual Battery
- Android 9 Foot as an Operating System
Finally, he said that one of the other reasons for the delay is the slow implementation of the 5G connection, and Mate X would have no issues with the Google Play Store issue, as it was developed well before the ban was announced. Now, we can only wait for the arrival of September, to see more about its availability.