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Huawei Mate X Full Specifications, Price, Review and Rating 2019

Huawei Mate X Full Specifications, Price, Review and Rating 2019: “Foldable” is definitely the buzzword of 2019. Well, that and 5G – a confusing situation that has led to some obvious confusion between manufacturers. Huawei is clearly a Pokemon, deciding to look into the situation with Matt X in “Gotta Catch ‘EM All” – a true head-turning device that shows both stones in a folder and Huawei’s claim to have a fast 5G connection.

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Huawei Mate X Full Specifications, Price, Review and Rating 2019

That being said, “stones” are a confusing way to keep things, because the Mate X is far from a finished device ready for end-user markets. In fact, for a number of reasons it falls squarely into the prototype category. Most of the hardware details didn’t stop by it, and MWCO didn’t close it, but it changed from a distance and often even into a glass box.

This seems to be a common theme for this initial batch of foldable display handsets. Samsung Galaxy mode got very limited exposure. Obviously, the technology is not ready for the prime time most of the time – a slightly annoying event we managed to tackle at MWC 2019.
All that says, it’s no surprise that the Mate X, in its current form, often teases from a design standpoint, almost lacking any details about hardware. Still, nothing is better than a first look, so read on to get a more in-depth look at what may be the very best of the mobile future.

Huawei Mate X Design Review

From a design standpoint, we still have a very limited pool of folders to use as a reference point. Samsung Galaxy mode and a few scattered concept devices can hardly go. Especially seeing how getting some real hands-on time with them is almost impossible at this stage.
That being said, we are convinced that the first aspect of Huawei’s preferred trend is radically different from that of Samsung. If nothing else, Huawei’s device has a panel on the outer surface of it.

Whether or not this is a good approach overall remains to be seen for a long time, but there are certain details that already stand out. First off, a panel on the outside is clearly more open. With this particular design, there is probably no way you can handle the Mate X or any possible hard surfaces that may interact with a part of the screen.

No big deal right? There are gorilla glass or whatever flexible options to handle that. Well, there is still little information or any real tangible experience that comes with the durability of this new reproductive display. Our brief acquaintance with some of our earliest impressions suggests that the surface lacks most of the hard glass feel that we have used with Corning’s Gorilla Glass offerings. Instead, it seems a bit more “silky”, that makes any sense. We absolutely hesitate to call it plastic, though. But nevertheless, the feeling that it shuts off is not an immediate confidence-boost.

It’s all relative, of course, but the Mate X has a slightly thicker section, which has a camera setup and a Type-C port. Probably as less obvious hardware. The segment measures 11mm and represents the total or maximum thickness of the matte X. Unfolded, the display is about 5.4 mm thick.

That segment of the phone might just be a power button, plus a fingerprint reader combo, as Huawei mentioned it as a shared description of several Mate X spaces. There seems to be a volume rock and a fingerprint reader on the side of the phone. There is definitely a button next to the camera system, though a confession is in a weird position. Join us on the next page for a run of other hardware details as we learn about the Mate X.

We’re pulling the hat close to it in the design section, but the two halves of the Mate X’s panel are clearly different in size. The smaller one is 6.38 inches one, with a resolution of 2480×892 and a side of 25: 9. The other is a 6.6-inch unit, 2480×1148, and a 19.5: 9 aspect resolution. When fully disclosed, they will be combined with a total surface area of ​​8 inches and a resolution of 2480 x 2038 (8: 7.1). Quite a reputable tablet grade work area.

We also think our panel should mention the different types of AMOLED. Although the current technology tang lap is only achievable with OLED.

Another aspect of the Mate X we’ve already stopped talking about long enough is its 5G connectivity. According to Huawei’s own PR team, the Mate X holds the world’s top 5G phone title. In the headline, the same team also tossed in: “The world’s thinnest phone capable”, as well as the more common: “Fastest charging phones around the world”, “Unique in the best classroom” and “Fastest 5G phones in the world”. We’ll get a bit charging.

As far as 5G goes, Huawei will have its own Balan 5000 modem inside the Mate X. Obviously, because of its quad antenna design, it can achieve speeds of up to 4.6 Gbps, while competitors like Qualcomm’s X50 and Exynos 5100 are around 2.4 Gbps. Clearly, this will depend on the quality of the network available. However, by the way, most places are still virtually non-existent and for some time this will not really be anything. It tells us most of us doubt the reality of this “weird flake”.

In fact, the thing we are more interested in is that Huawei has operated or alternatively plans to attach the Balang 5000 to something other than the Kirin 980 chipset. Rumors and leaks before the MWC refer to the familiar Kirin 980 chip. So it was Huawei’s presentation at the event. Although not bad internally by any means, it will only be ages before the already-changed Silicon and Mate X is released.

Runs the battery, quoting 4,500mAh for the Mate X in Huawei. The design incorporates a dual-battery design similar to the Samsung Galaxy mode. Going back to the title of the self-respecting “world’s fastest charging phone”, the Mate XT 55W will feature Huawei Super Church technology. Huawei says it will only be able to pump the battery up to 85% in 30 minutes. In fact, Super Charge is currently the top dog when it comes to fast charging.

Last, but not least, we are probably the most recent titles of the Mate X and the camera we mentioned earlier. Unfortunately, like most hardware aspects of the phone at this stage, its camera setup is clearly not finalized, and Huawei does not provide any details on it. In fact, we’ve seen the Mate X with four camera arrangements on some renders of the company.

The original unit we see on the show floor in Barcelona was attended by three snappers with a single flash and the familiar Leica logo. Naturally, there is no dedicated selfie camera. You only use the main for this with the viewfinder in the small display section.

Unfortunately, it has all the hardware information contained in the Huawei Mate X. Many potentially important pieces are still missing from the puzzle. Judging by the company’s often vague answers to particular questions, and seeing that the unit was the only unit we had on the noise floor, we didn’t really expect to clear many things in the immediate future.

We’ll leave it at that for now, but it’s worth mentioning that Huawei proposes to call it a “complete cover case” for the Mate X. Whatever it may look like.

Before we get into the rest of the body and construction of the Mate X, we have another note to show it, and especially how it looks within it. Since we first laid eyes on the concept of foldable OLED we have been surprised about visual integrity, panel quality, and especially distortion. From what I saw on the Samsung Galaxy mode on the stage, it was definitely a visible sim in its display, even when fully exposed.

Now, this could be an early prototype unit issue. We sure hope so. But even so, when fully exposed the Matte X looks almost perfectly flat and almost distortion-free. Unfortunately, we can take this initial comparison as far as possible without any more extensive access to any device.
Introducing any angles of folding and distortion will become the main thing that appears on the Mate X’s SIM. Rarely surprised. Huawei is clearly aware of this, as the screen at the top right of the trap gets disabled when the Mate X is turned off. Folding phones naturally presents challenges beyond the display itself. During the “slab” design era of smartphones, the mobile industry has often gone past. Well, the hinge has found its way back to the blueprints and is being regarded as a very important part of this new breed of devices. Huawei calls its design falcon wing.

It has a very strong speed which has five joints. Some seem to have a built-in lock when fully open, and although the joint doesn’t appear directly, the display appears to be almost perfectly flat. Like we already mentioned. When fully modeled, does the Mate X in its compact state with a few small pins inside a groove that we will call the back of the device?

It’s all relative, of course, but the Mate X has a slightly thicker section, which has a camera setup and a Type-C port. Probably as less obvious hardware. The segment measures 11mm and represents the total or maximum thickness of the matte X. Unfolded, the display is about 5.4 mm thick.

That segment of the phone might just be a power button, plus a fingerprint reader combo, as Huawei mentioned it as a shared description of several Mate X spaces. There seems to be a volume rock and a fingerprint reader on the side of the phone. There is definitely a button next to the camera system, though a confession is in a weird position. Join us on the next page for a run of other hardware details as we learn about the Mate X.

We’re pulling the hat close to it in the design section, but the two halves of the Mate X’s panel are clearly different in size. The smaller one is 6.38 inches one, with a resolution of 2480×892 and a side of 25: 9. The other is a 6.6-inch unit, 2480×1148, and a 19.5: 9 aspect resolution. When fully disclosed, they will be combined with a total surface area of ​​8 inches and a resolution of 2480 x 2038 (8: 7.1). Quite a reputable tablet grade work area.

We also think our panel should mention the different types of AMOLED. Although the current technology tang lap is only achievable with OLED.

Another aspect of the Mate X we’ve already stopped talking about long enough is its 5G connectivity. According to Huawei’s own PR team, the Mate X holds the world’s top 5G phone title. In the headline, the same team also tossed in: “The world’s thinnest phone capable”, as well as the more common: “Fastest charging phones around the world”, “Unique in the best classroom” and “Fastest 5G phones in the world”. We’ll get a bit charging.

As far as 5G goes, Huawei will have its own Balan 5000 modem inside the Mate X. Obviously, because of its quad antenna design, it can achieve speeds of up to 4.6 Gbps, while competitors like Qualcomm’s X50 and Exynos 5100 are around 2.4 Gbps. Clearly, this will depend on the quality of the network available. However, by the way, most places are still virtually non-existent and for some time this will not really be anything. It tells us most of us doubt the reality of this “weird flake”.

In fact, the thing we are more interested in is that Huawei has operated or alternatively plans to attach the Balang 5000 to something other than the Kirin 980 chipset. Rumors and leaks before the MWC refer to the familiar Kirin 980 chip. So it was Huawei’s presentation at the event. Although not bad internally by any means, it will only be ages before the already-changed Silicon and Mate X is released.

Runs the battery, quoting 4,500mAh for the Mate X in Huawei. The design incorporates a dual-battery design similar to the Samsung Galaxy mode. Going back to the title of the self-respecting “world’s fastest charging phone”, the Mate XT 55W will feature Huawei Super Church technology. Huawei says it will only be able to pump the battery up to 85% in 30 minutes. In fact, Super Charge is currently the top dog when it comes to fast charging.

Last, but not least, we are probably the most recent titles of the Mate X and the camera we mentioned earlier. Unfortunately, like most hardware aspects of the phone at this stage, its camera setup is clearly not finalized, and Huawei does not provide any details on it. In fact, we’ve seen the Mate X with four camera arrangements on some renders of the company.

The original unit we see on the show floor in Barcelona was attended by three snappers with a single flash and the familiar Leica logo. Naturally, there is no dedicated selfie camera. You only use the main for this with the viewfinder in the small display section.

Unfortunately, it has all the hardware information contained in the Huawei Mate X. Many potentially important pieces are still missing from the puzzle. Judging by the company’s often vague answers to particular questions, and seeing that the unit was the only unit we had on the noise floor, we didn’t really expect to clear many things in the immediate future.

Circling at our original point – everyone is displayable in a folder, clearly excited about 5G and their enabling possibilities. We don’t want to talk bad – we’re very excited about the new generation of fast and ultra-slow mobile networks. Even more so about mobile phone design major upcoming good overdue shift. We can’t wait to see what manufacturers do with a tried and true old form factor and something new that is now achievable.

The mere excitement at this point seems to be tapping into reality and the reality of the market and the possibilities. This seems to be the general trend this year at MOHC, and one that Huawei is fully participating with the Mate X – the single-prototype of a dream of the future, decided to bring it to the Barcelona show.

  Huawei Mate X Full Specifications:


 Network
2G, 3G, 4G (LTE)
 Battery
Non-removable Li-Po 4500 mAh battery
Charging Fast battery charging 55W
Huawei SuperCharge (85% in 30 min)
 Camera (Back)
Quad 40 MP, f/1.8, 27mm (wide), 1/1.7″, PDAF
16 MP, f/2.2, 17mm (ultrawide)
8 MP, f/2.4, 52mm (telephoto)
TOF camera
 Camera (Front)
Resolution                        32 Megapixel
Features                            F/2.0 aperture
Video Recording               Full HD (1080p)
 Body
Dimensions Unfolded: 161.3 x 146.2 x 5.4 mm
Folded: 161.3 x 78.3 x 11 mm
Weight 295 g (10.41 oz)
 Chipset
HiSilicon Kirin 980 (7 nm)
 Colors 
Interstellar Blue
 Display
OLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 8.0 inches, 205.0 cm2 (~86.9% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 2200 x 2480 pixels (~414 ppi density)
 Folded cover display: 6.6″, AMOLED, 1148 x 2480 pixels (19.5:9)
 Memory Card
NM (Nano Memory), up to 256GB (uses SIM 2)
 Operating System
Android 9.0 (Pie); EMUI 9.1
 GPU
Mali-G76 MP10
 Processor
Octa-core, up to 2.6 GHz
 RAM
8 GB
 ROM
512 GB

 Release Date
LAUNCH Announced            2019, February
Coming soon. Exp. release 2019, June
 Sensors
Sensors Fingerprint (side-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, barometer
 SIM Card
Hybrid Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by)
 USB
3.1, Type-C 1.0 reversible connector
 Wireless LAN
Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
Bluetooth 5.0, A2DP, LE, aptX HD
GPS Yes, with dual-band A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO, QZSS
 Other Features


Leica optics, dual-LED dual-tone flash, panorama, HDR
Video 2160p@30fps, 1080p@30fps
SOUND Loudspeaker Yes


GLAZETECHBD RATING 

Huawei Mate X Rating:

  • DESIGN – 85%
  • FEATURES – 90%
  • PERFORMANCE – 81%
  • PRICE – 84%
  • OVERALL-87%
  • GOOD!

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