Well after the Samsung and Royale have launched its foldable phones, Huawei has also introduced its next level Huawei Mate X foldable phone. Huawei explain the Mate X as a phone that will redefine the smartphone space. Not only that, Huawei Mate X foldable phone sets the shape of future foldable phones. Mate X is the future of design and the future of technology.

The body folds in a similar way to the Royale Flexpai, and not like the Samsung Galaxy Fold, meaning the large tablet screen becomes the front and the rear screen when folded.

Mate X Foldable

Coming to the Huawei Mate X display, the main screen measures 6.6-inches and has a 2,480 x 1,148 pixel resolution. Huawei says it’s the part of the phone, which user will use more. By comparison the Samsung Galaxy Fold’s outer screen is 4.6-inches, for comparison. From the back Mate X is a 6.38-inch, 2,480 x 892 pixel resolution screen. Fold the device open and you get an 8-inch OLED tablet screen with a 2,480 x 2,200 pixel resolution.

The unfolding process calls as a Falcon Hinge, which hides beneath the curvature of the screen. It ensures both sides of the phone lay flat when folded. That makes the slim profile of just 11mm thick. Unfolded, it’s 5.4mm thick.

The Mate X has the Kirin 980 processor with the new Balong 5000 5G modem, plus a quad 5G antenna inside. Huawei boasted about testing its 5G modem on live 5G networks, and said it has twice the performance of Qualcomm’s old X50 chip. It says a 1GB video file can be downloaded in three seconds on a 5G network. There are no details about the RAM and Rom, but phone has giant battery 4,500mAh in capacity. A new 55-watt proprietary SuperCharge system will race from zero to 85-percent capacity in only 30 minutes.