Chinese technology firm Huawei is launching a new version of foldable phone with moniker Mate XS, alongside revamped tablets and laptops. The company decided to join the progressing mob of foldable smartphones after one year of the launch of its debut in folding device Huawei Mate X.
It was supposed to be launched at an unveiling event during the Mobile World Conference, which got cancelled due to the Coronavirus outbreak in China. Huawei, however, released a high-end peculiarity about Mate XS at an online, virtual press conference.
Huawei, being in the US’s entity list, won’t be able to release foldable Mate XS with any Google apps or services. It implies that the latest Huawei Mate XS would not have any access to Google Play Store within the device.
Let’s take a brief roundup on foldable Matte XS specs and features that has appeared to limelight so far:
Unlike the original Mate X, which was only released in China, Huawei says the new Mate XS will be released in “global markets” outside China with 8GB RAM and 512 GB storage and a price of $2709. Let’s wait and watch! How the new Huawei Mate XS stands out among the high-profile competitors (such as Samsung Galaxy Z foldable, Motorola Razr Foldable 1 etc.) with a couple minor performance and structure upgrades.
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