Huawei has introduced its first foldable phone Mate X for sale in China.
The phone was introduced during the Mobile World Congress in February this year and was slated for sale in June, but it was announced in September and again in October, but now it is available to consumers. Is. Huawei's first foldable smartphone has been introduced to users without Google Apps.
On Friday, Huawei presented this phone for sale at its online store in China, priced at 16,999 Chinese yuan.
The phone comes with a 6.6-inch screen on the front in the folded form and a 6.38-inch screen on the back, while the screen size is 8 inches when it is folded. The phone is equipped with 5G, while the company has its own Kirin 980 processor and dual cell 4500mAh battery.
This phone has a feature called Grip Bar that helps to hold this device with one hand. The phone has a Balloon 5000 Five G modem, 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage.
In February, the company claims that the Five G modem is much faster and its download speed is 4.6 Gbps, which is 10 times faster than most 4G modems and twice as fast as Qualcomm X50 FiveGG modem.
The download speed is so fast that according to the company, users can download a GB movie in just 3 seconds. Its power button also acts as a fingerprint reader. The phone also has a Lisa design camera and USB port C.
It is not yet clear how long this phone will be found in other countries, but the company announced in October that the availability of the phone will depend on FiG technology in other countries.