Foldable phones have long been hailed as the holy grail of innovation in smartphone technology. But do pompous exterior and powerful internals always mean practical?
fficially launched on October 23 in China, the Huawei Mate X, the company's first foldable smartphone, went on sale today, as originally planned.
After an eight month wait, the Huawei Mate X foldable smartphone, introduced at this year's MWC 2019, is finally launching in China.
A short Huawei Mate X unboxing has surfaced on YouTube, lending credence to rumors that the launch may happen this month.
Rumored for November, the Mate X is in mass production according to a report from China, and is on track for an October launch.
Huawei pushed the Mate X launch back and used this time to iron out any potential problems that might arise in the future, as well as update the foldable.
The foldable Huawei Mate X, announced back in February, looks to have been delayed once again, according to recent reports.
An official company presentation slide reveals a September Huawei Mate X launch, but Huawei is already preparing its marketing materials.
A recent report reveals a slide from a presentation that points to December as the month to possibly expect the 5G Huawei Mate 30.
The Huawei Mate X will launch in September, according to a company executive that backed up the information made public last week.
Huawei has decided to delay the launch of its foldable Mate X smartphone, spending more time in testing to make sure it won't break like the Galaxy Fold.
This video shows off the 5G capabilities of the foldable Huawei Mate X, as the phone is hitting speeds beyond 1Gbps on camera.
The Huawei Mate X, its first foldable smartphone, has recorded lightning fast 5G speeds in China, where it will be available this month.
A newly uncovered patent describes how a second Samsung foldable smartphone might adopt an out-folding design a la Huawei.
Rumors surfaced shortly after news broke that the Galaxy Fold's launch is postponed, that the Huawei Mate X will be delayed too.
Huawei CEO Richard Yu said he believes his company will be able to overtake Samsung in 2020, and become number one worldwide.
Huawei CEO Richard Yu talked about foldable smartphones and the company's future revolving around the new form factor. Read the details!
Foldable smartphones will initially be in short supply, and with an expensive price tag attached. A report explains another reason why this happens.
A Huawei marketing executive left the possibility vague and open, but the Mate X would cost the equivalent of 19 months of average Indian income.
Huawei CEO Richard Yu is talking about the foldable smartphone concept, the price of the Mate X, lower prices of future products, and more.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen is skeptical about foldable smartphones. He talked in a Barron's interview about the new form factor.
Two concepts are coming into focus for Samsung's future product pipeline: a vertical folding phone and an outward folding phone.
Samsung's head of R&D not only defends the in-folding approach of the Galaxy Fold, but also criticizes the out-folding design of the competing Mate X.
A recent report suggests that Samsung is planning two more foldable smartphones in order to try and dominate the foldable market.
It's been the busiest Mobile World Congress in a long time and we have all the goods, foldable or not, to show for it on this episode of the Weekly!