Foldable Huawei Mate X leaks as 5G Galaxy Fold competitor
Now, unlike the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the Huawei Mate X features just one display that can be folded in half. This allows it to be used like any other regular smartphone, albeit one with a curved edge on the left and a screen on the back.
If you prefer to take advantage of the entire screen real estate, unfolding the device grants access to a tablet-like experience with minimal bezels and no notch. The rear of the Mate X isn’t visible on the poster but it does appear to include a slightly thicker area along the right side. Fortunately, this aligns perfectly with the display when folded.
This added area of thickness on the back is also home to the rear cameras. In this case, a triple-camera setup that will presumably match that of the Huawei Mate 20 Pro. This should allow for some impressive photos in both well-lit and low-light situations.
Huawei has previously stated that its first foldable smartphone will be released this summer. Pricing, on the other hand, is still unconfirmed. But considering Huawei’s goal of overtaking Samsung by the end of 2019, the Mate X will probably undercut the latter's offering by a decent margin.