It is expected that Huawei will unveil the Mate Xs, the successor to its foldable smartphone Mate X, at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2020 and the folding smartphone has now received a certification from the China Compulsory Certificate (CCC) which reveals that it will be capable of 65W wired charging.
Huawei has begun recruiting users for the EMUI 10 beta program for the Huawei Mate X foldable smartphone. The device is currently running on EMUI 9.1 based on Android Pie. The EMUI 10 update will bring a host of new features to the Huawei Mate X including a refreshed user interface, a new dark mode, snappier performance, multi-screen collaboration, and Huawei’s HiCar among other features.
Back in October, Huawei launched its foldable Mate X smartphone and the device is now available to buy in China. The Mate X, which unfolds to 5.8 inches wide, went on sale Friday on Huawei´s online store in China priced at 16,999 yuan (£1,900 / $2,422). Those who did not manage to buy a Mate X on Friday will get another chance on 22 November when a second batch will go on sale.
At a 5G conference held in Shenzhen, Huawei finally launched its foldable Mate X smartphone. Huawei Mate X was first unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona back in February, as a direct competitor to Samsung's Galaxy Fold.
During a press event on Wednesday, Huawei said it has pushed back the release of its foldable Mate X smartphone to November. However, this is in line with statements by the company's director of consumer business mobile phones He Gang who, back in July, stated that Huawei is still optimising the foldable Mate X smartphone and will not release it without meeting quality requirements.
Huawei is still optimising the foldable Mate X smartphone and will not release it without meeting quality requirements, the company's director of consumer business mobile phones He Gang said Monday.
Huawei unveiled the Mate X back in February with the device due to launch in June. However, earlier this month, the launch date was said to be put back to September. Vincent Pang, President of Huawei's Western European Region, today confirmed that Huawei's first foldable phone wlll indeed launch in September.