The Huawei Mate X will launch in China in June, according to a listing that surfaced on Vmall, Huawei’s online store in the region, it will retail for €2299 ($2580) — €229 ($600) more than rival Samsung is commanding for the Galaxy Fold.
Huawei showcased the Huawei Mate X at MWC 2019, revealing that it can be unfurled to reveal a stunning 8-inch screen. Under the hood, there’s a HiSilicon Kirin 980 CPU, 8GB of RAM and 512GB of expandable internal storage.
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Flip the Mate X over and you’re greeted by a Leica co-engineered quad-camera — made up of a 40MP wide, a 16MP ultra-wide, an 8MP telephoto and an Tine-of-Flight (ToF) sensor; though the specification of the latter remains unknown.
As for the screen, it’s an AMOLED panel that measures in at 6.6-inches when folded in its sedentary state and has a resolution of 1148 x 2480. That expands to 8-inches, and the resolution increases to 2200 x 2480, when unfolded all the way.